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Finally the last species of the tit among those which are considered representatives of our fauna, gets into my gallery. We looked for the tit in many places in Mongolia – in vain. It likes shrubbery and water, and it is very difficult to find such conditions in Mongolia. Only near Ulan Bator, in a bend of a river covered with shrubs we found many azure tits. So many pictures were taken that I had plenty to choose from. I also managed to record the azure tit’s sound. Well, I have definitely a reason for satisfaction. Not only such a rare species of the tit occurring in Poland gets into my gallery, but also the content of the gallery is the most interesting among other tits which I had previously photographed. Plus there’s the bird’s sound recording.
Last minute news-02/2018
When the third version of my website was constructed my assumption was to create my author's portfolio based 100% on my own photos, my own recordings and descriptions. And the rule was followed till 20th February 2018, when Marek Kołodziejczyk sent me the picture of the azure tit drawn by himself, which was inspired by my photo. An amazing, beautiful work of art, maybe even more interesting and nicer than the photo itself. Of course I visited his website to see more his works and they impressed me as well. This is why I publish on my website someone else’s work, with his knowledge and consent, but the result of this cooperation is well worth it. I hope it will not end up with the only one picture. Even though I have not added a new photo to the gallery the azure tit goes to the news…

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

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