What are the wintering birds?
There are many different birds in the world. They, among other things, are distributed on wintering, wandering and migratory. About what birds wintering, our article will tell.
Wintering birds are those birds that do not fly away with the arrival of winter to the south, but remain to winter in their native land.
There are wintering birds such as: zemnyak, goshawk (young birds fly away, and the old ones remain), gyrfalcon, hazel grouse, peregrine falcon, black grouse, white partridge, wood grouse, gray partridge, gray pigeon, black-headed gull, owl (young birds fly away, and old remain), a small gull, a white owl, a bearded tawny, a long-tailed tawny, a gray tawny (sometimes settled and wandering), an eared owl, a blue-legged owl (can migrate depending on the number of rodents in the territory), a little owl, a sparrow owl, a owl (owl) woodpecker), green woodpecker, gray woodpecker, three-toed woodpecker, white-backed woodpecker (can be sedentary and nomadic), the great spotted woodpecker (can be sedentary and wandering), gray shrike, the small spotted woodpecker, raven, gray crow (can be sedentary and nomadic), common jackdaw, nutcracker, hawk, magpie,Common Dipper (water thrush), blackbird (is sedentary and nomadic), Opolovnikov (tailed titmouse), great tit, coal tit (black tit), azure tit, Pukhlyak (common chickadee), blue tit, marsh tit, crested tit, Tit , common nuthatch, yurok, common pika, common greenfinch, goldfinch, linnet (sometimes sedentary and wandering), cross-stork, common bullfinch (sometimes sedentary and wandering), white-winged crossbill, house sparrow, common oak-tree, puchochka, field sparrow.
Now you know which birds are left to spend the winter!