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Big Year 2017

The winner will submit the pictures of the largest number of bird species taken on the territory of our country during this year.

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* number inside brackets means the number of species photographed in 2017

all species photographed in 2017


* in order of appearance (number inside brackets means the date of first record "month-day" )
2. Rufous Treepie (10-20)
5. Cattle Egret (10-21)
6. Brahminy Kite (10-21)
9. Little Cormorant (10-21)
10. House Crow (10-21)
13. Jungle Babbler (10-21)
14. Shikra (10-21)
16. Common Myna (10-21)
18. Greater Coucal (10-21)
19. Black Drongo (10-21)
20. Booted Eagle (10-22)
21. Jungle Myna (10-22)
22. Jungle Owlet (10-22)
23. Barn Swallow (10-22)
24. Oriental Darter (10-22)
31. Green Bee-Eater (10-23)
33. Common Tailorbird (10-23)
34. Brown Shrike (10-23)
36. Loten's Sunbird (10-23)
37. Asian Koel (10-24)
38. Malabar Trogon (10-27)
39. Indian Pitta (11-05)
41. Ashy Woodswallow (11-08)
44. Green Leaf Warbler (11-09)
45. Red-Vented Bulbul (11-10)
47. Coppersmith Barbet (11-10)
48. Common Kingfisher (11-10)
50. Steppe Eagle (11-10)
51. Purple Heron (11-10)
52. Whiskered Tern (11-10)
55. Rosy Starling (11-10)
57. Asian Openbill (11-10)
58. White Stork (11-12)
59. Peregrine Falcon (11-12)
60. Red Munia (11-12)
61. Little Grebe (11-12)
64. Temminck's Stint (11-12)
65. Oriental Skylark (11-12)
66. Ashy Prinia (11-12)
68. Common Cuckoo (11-12)
70. Zitting Cisticola (11-12)
71. Yellow Wagtail (11-12)
73. Little Egret (11-12)
74. Grey Wagtail (11-12)
75. Indian Cormorant (11-13)
76. Eurasian Spoonbill (11-13)
77. Grey Heron (11-13)
78. Western Reef Heron (11-13)
79. Black-Winged Stilt (11-13)
80. Glossy Ibis (11-13)
82. Little Stint (11-13)
83. Large-Billed Crow (11-13)
84. Wood Sandpiper (11-13)
85. Siberian Stonechat (11-13)
86. Plain Prinia (11-13)
87. Painted Stork (11-13)
88. Crested Treeswift (11-13)
89. Little Swift (11-15)
91. Spotted Dove (11-15)
92. Green Sandpiper (11-15)
93. Intermediate Egret (11-15)
96. Garganey (11-16)
98. Common Snipe (11-16)
99. Pied Kingfisher (11-16)
100. Common Redshank (11-16)
103. Paddy-Field Pipit (11-16)
104. White Wagtail (11-16)
105. Black-Naped Monarch (11-19)
106. Ashy Drongo (11-19)
107. Bronzed Drongo (11-19)
108. Striated Heron (11-19)
110. Black-Headed Munia (11-21)
111. Paddyfield Warbler (11-21)
112. Northern Pintail (11-21)
113. Black-Tailed Godwit (11-22)
116. Emerald Dove (11-24)
117. Southern Hill Myna (11-24)
122. Black Baza (11-25)
123. Ceylon Frogmouth (11-25)
124. Dollarbird (11-25)
127. Cinereous Tit (11-25)
128. Grey Junglefowl (11-25)
129. Malabar Starling (11-25)
131. Besra (11-25)
133. Lesser Yellownape (11-25)
134. Greater Flameback (11-25)
135. Orange Minivet (11-26)
139. Large Woodshrike (11-26)
140. River Tern (11-26)
141. Great Cormorant (11-26)
142. Red-Rumped Swallow (11-26)
145. Long-Tailed Shrike (11-28)
146. Dusky Crag-Martin (11-28)
147. Crested Goshawk (11-28)
148. Plain Flowerpecker (11-28)
152. Oriental White-Eye (11-28)
153. Little Spiderhunter (11-28)
154. White-Rumped Munia (11-28)
157. Nilgiri Wood Pigeon (11-29)
158. Pied Bushchat (11-29)
159. Hill Swallow (11-29)
161. Nilgiri Flycatcher (11-29)
162. Malabar Barbet (11-29)
165. Purple Sunbird (12-01)
170. Eurasian Kestrel (12-02)
171. Indian Blackbird (12-02)
173. Indian Tit (12-02)
174. House Sparrow (12-02)
175. Common Tern (12-03)
176. Heuglin's Gull (12-03)
177. Caspian Tern (12-04)
178. Lesser Crested Tern (12-04)
179. Great Crested Tern (12-04)
180. Gull-Billed Tern (12-04)
181. Slender-Billed Gull (12-04)
182. Common Sandpiper (12-04)
183. Common Greenshank (12-04)
184. Eurasian Curlew (12-04)
185. Black Kite (12-04)
186. Fork-Tailed Swift (12-04)
187. Black-Headed Gull (12-04)
188. Brown-Headed Gull (12-04)
189. Arctic Skua (12-05)
190. Little Tern (12-05)
191. Northern Shoveler (12-06)
193. Rock Pigeon (12-07)
194. Baya Weaver (12-09)
196. Yellow Bittern (12-09)
197. Grey Plover (12-10)
198. Kentish Plover (12-10)
199. Sandwich Tern (12-10)

Big Year 2017

1. Askar Isabekov (198)
2. Lathish R Nath . (2)
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