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Mongolian larks and horned larks were common on the boundless plains of Mongolia. With such a difference that Mongolian larks occurred on green, more abundant with grass terrains. As we were driving south towards the Gobi Desert, and on the Gobi Desert itself, we could observe only horned larks. The photographs of the Mongolian lark and the horned lark were always taken by chance and we did not devote to them any separate session. The birds would always keep a distance from us, however as we spent two weeks in Mongolia, several pictures were taken to build galleries of these species. This text is common for the horned lark and the Mongolian lark. The horned larks photographed in Mongolia are different from the ones seen in Poland. It is the Eremophila alpestris brandti subspecies.

Mongolia - wykaz j.ANGIELSKI

Mongolia - introductory text - Pallas's sandgrouse
Birds-new galleries:
1. Pallas's Sandgrouse (T,V),2.Himalayan Vulture (T)3.Pallas's Sea-Eagle.(T)4.Demoiselle Crane(T).5.Upland Buzzard (T). 6.Siberian Scoter (T).7.Rufous-tailed Rock-Thrush (T).8.Saker falcon.9.Golden Eagle.10.Azure Tit (T,V).11.Horned Lark  (T,V).12.Red-billed Chough (T,V).13.Mongolian Lark (T).14.Mongolian Herring Gull (T,G).15.Bar-headed Goose (T, V).16.Amur Falcon (T,V).17.Rock Sparrow (T,V).18.Pine Bunting (T,V).19.Desert Wheatear (T,V).20. Merlin (T).21.Isabelline Shrike (T).22.White-crowned Penduline-Tit (T,V). 23.Oriental plover (T). 24.Citrine wagtail (T). 25.Greater Sand Plover (T).26.Red-crested pochard (T).27.Daurian redstart (T).28.Eastern marsh harrier (T).29.Swan Goose (T).30.Dusky Warbler.31.Taiga Flycatcher.32.Pacific Swift.33.Thick-billed warbler. 34.Asian brown flycatcher.35.Daurian jackdaw.36. Richard's Pipit.
Mamals-new galleries:
1. Przewalski's Horse (T). 2.Long-tailed ground squirrel (T,V). 3.Mongolian gazelle (T).4. Corsac fox (T).5.Bactrian camel (T).6.Yak (T).7.Bobak Marmot (T).8.Mongolian Pika.
Reptile-new galleries:
1. Variegated toadhead agama. 2. Steppes Ratsnakes (T).
Changes in birds galleries:
1.Cinereous Vulture (T) 2.Black Kite (T,V).3.Buff-browed Warbler(T,G).4.Olive-backed Pipit (T,V).5.Litle Stint (T).6.Pallas's Grasshopper Warbler (T).7.Eurasian Hobby(T).8.Siberian Rubythroat (T,V).9.Carrion Crow (T,V).10.Pallas's Leaf Warbler (T).11.Black-winged Stilt. 12.Ruddy Shelduck (T).13.Kentish Plover (T).14.Grey Heron (T).15.Eurasian Hoopoe(T).16.Griffon vulture (T).17.Arctic Warbler.18.Common swift.19.Common Shelduck.20.Whooper swan.21.Bearded vulture(T).22.Lesser Short-toed Lark.23.Steppe eagle.24. Horned grebe.25.White-winged Tern.26.Pied avocet.27.Isabelline wheatear. 28.Ruddy turnstone.29.Cormorant.30.Northern Wheatear.31.Common goldeneye.32.Common redshank.33.Garganey
Go to the gallery: MONGOLIA - F A U N A      MONGOLIA SLIDESHOW

Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica
Melanocorypha mongolica