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    Text of the scientific work "Meetings of the turukhtan Philomachus pugnax and the Okhotsk ulit Tringa guttifer in the south of the Magadan region"

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    Russian Ornithological Journal 2013, Volume 22, Express issue 872: 1102-1106

    Meetings of the turukhtan Philomachus pugnax and the Okhotsk ulit Tringa guttifer in the south of the Magadan region

    Igor Viktorovich Dear. Institute of Biological Problems of the North, Far East Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Magadan, Russia. E-mail: [email protected]

    Received February 18, 2013

    Turukhtan Philomachus pugnax is a widespread inhabitant of the tundra and forest zones of Eurasia (Lappo et al. 2012). Its nesting area in northeastern Asia stretches from the lower reaches of the Kolyma to the coast of the Chukchi Peninsula, the lower reaches of the Anadyr and the north of the Koryak Upland (Portenko 1972, Kondratyev 1982, Tomkovich, Sorokin 1983, Kishchinsky 1980, Krechmar et al. 1991, Dorogoi 1997, and others. ). In small numbers, this species breeds in the Parapolskiy Dol (Lobkov 1986) and in the north of Sakhalin (Nechaev 1991, Tiunov, Blokhin 2008). There are isolated cases of turukhtan nesting on Wrangel Island (Dorogoi 1985) and on Commander Islands (Artyukhin 1995).

    On the northern coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, isolated cases of nesting of turukhtan in the coastal plain tundra of the south of Ma-

    Gadan region (Leonovich 1981, Andreev, Kondratiev 2001), as well as rare flights to the Okhotsk coast (as a rule, in the vicinity of the Ola lagoon) during spring, less often autumn flights (Dorogoi 2007, 2008, 2010).

    We observed a group of turukhtans of 7 males and 2 females on May 18 and 20, 2002 near the sewer runoff in the southern part of Nagaev Bay. Birds often fed in joint groups with Columba livia domestic pigeons. Two males and one female Turukhtan were met on May 31, 2010 on the bank of a small lake in the lower reaches of the Shirokaya River. Single females were observed on May 19 and 22, 2011 and May 13, 2012 - on the outskirts of the village of Ola.

    Fig. 1. Male turukhtan Vhilomachuspugnax and rock dove Columba livia on the shores of Nagaev Bay. May 18, 2002. Photo by the author.

    Fig. 2. A male turukhtan Pbtacbach pshnax in the lower reaches of the Shirokaya River. May 31, 2010. Photo by the author.

    Fig. 3. A female turukhtan Pbnotachnkhrn ^ shx in the vicinity of the village of Ola. May 22, 2011. Photo by the author.

    The Okhotsk snail ТН ^ а guttifer is an endemic of northeastern Asia, the sporadic distribution of which is associated with coastal meadow communities and larch “maryas” bordering on them on the coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk. The modern nesting part of the species range is represented by several isolated areas on the southwestern coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk - from the mouth of the Uda River to the Bay of Schastya (Yakhontov 1962, Voronov, Pronkevich 1991, Pronkevich, Voronov 1992, Babenko 2000) and in some areas of Sakhalin (Nechaev 1991, Poyarkov 1992, Blokhin, Kokorin 2000). It is possible that the Okhotsk ulit nesting in the basin of the Moroshechnaya River in the west of Kamchatka is possible (Gerasimov 1985). Vagrant individuals were observed in the east of Kamchatka and on Bering Island (Gladkov 1951).

    Fig. 4. A group of Okhotsk ulits Tpp ^ a ¿My / et on the shore of the Ola lagoon.

    May 28, 2010. Photo by the author.

    Fig. 5. A pair of Okhotsk ulits Tringa guttifer on the bank of the Olskaya lagoon. May 28, 2010. Photo by the author.

    On the northern coast of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk, the Okhotsk snail was observed during nesting time on the coast of the Yamskaya Bay of Shelikhov Bay (Kondratyev, Andreev 1997) and in the floodplains of the Chukcha and Nyrok rivers in the Kava River basin (Krechmar 2011), however, there are no documented cases of nesting. Vagrant individuals in different years were recorded in the vicinity of Gizhiga (Allen 1905) and in the vicinity of the Ola lagoon (Dorogoi 2008). In the last place, a group of 3 individuals in breeding plumage was encountered on May 28, 2010. The birds were feeding on a muddy bank at the water's edge, 20 m from the pebbly shore of the lagoon.

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    guttifer in the north-east of Sakhalin // Rus. ornithol. zhurn. 22 (864): 871-873. Gerasimov N.N. 1985. Okhotsk snail - Tringa guttifer in Kamchatka // Rare and endangered birds of the Far East. Vladivostok: 144-145. Gladkov N.A. 1951. Squad of sandpipers Limicolae or Charadriiformes // Birds of the Soviet Union. M., 3: 3-372.

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    Russian Ornithological Journal 2013, Volume 22, Express issue 872: 1106-1107

    Spoonbill colony Platalea leucorodia in the Black Irtysh delta (Zaisan depression)

    Second edition. First published in 1991 *

    In the tract Kamyshzavodskie labzy (southeastern part of Lake Zai-san) in May 1982, 2 colonies were found on rafts, consisting of about 30 and 5 pairs of spoonbills Platalea leucorodia. There, in the tract Zhaidaki, 3 pairs nested. In June 1983 in Kamyshzavodsk

    * Shcherbakov B.V., Kochnev A.G. 1991. Brief reports about spoonbill // Rare birds and animals of Kazakhstan. Alma-Ata: 48.

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