Target species

In the era of global warming, we need to have a system to monitor the responses of birds to the environmental changes. Therefore, we started the monitoring of bird phenology with the cooperation of citizens in 2005. Records of the arrival of summer visitors and first singing dates were collected over the Internet. The species were selected with the identification ease for beginners to in mind.

Spot-billed duck
Anas zonorhyncha
(First sighting of chicks)
--- Lesser cuckoo
Cuculus poliocephalus
(arrival)
song(mp3)
Oriental cuckoo
Cuculus saturatus
(arrival)
song(mp3)
--- Common cuckoo
Cuculus canorus
(arrival)
song(mp3)
Brown hawk owl
Ninox scutulata
(arrival)
song(mp3)
Brown shrike
Lanius cristatus
(arrival)
Skylark
Alauda arvensis
(first singing flight)
song(mp3)
Barn swallow
Hirundo rustica
(arrival at nest)

Japanese bush warbler
Horornis diphone
(first singing)
song(mp3)
Great reed warbler
Acrocephalus orientalis
(arrival)
song(mp3)
Red-flanked_Bluetail
Tarsiger cyanurus
(arrival)
song(mp3)
  Daurian redstart
Phoenicurus auroreus
(arrival)
song(mp3)
 
Siberian stonechat
Saxicola torquata
(arrival)
song(mp3)
   

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updated 18 Mar 2021

Phenology Watch 2021


Barn Swallow




Skylark




Japanese bush warbler




Common cuckoo





Brown hawk owl






 
   
   
     

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