Which birds are wintering?
There are many different birds in the world. They, among other things, are divided into wintering, wandering and migratory. About what birds are 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 such wintering birds as: (the young birds fly away, and the old ones remain), the gyrfalcon, the hazel grouse, the peregrine falcon, the black grouse, the white partridge, the capercaillie, the gray partridge, the blue dove, the black-headed gull, the eagle owl (young birds fly away and the old ones remain), the small gull, the white owl, bearded owl, long-tailed owl, gray owl (sometimes sedentary and nomadic), a long-eared owl, a moose owl (can roam depending on the number of rodents in the territory), a house owl, a passerine owl, a yellow (black woodpecker), a green woodpecker, a woodpecker, a three-toed woodpecker, a white-backed woodpecker (sometimes a rider (sometimes sedentary and nomadic), a large spotted woodpecker (sometimes sedentary and nomadic), a gray shrike, a small motley woodpecker, a crow, a gray crow (sometimes sedentary and nomadic), an ordinary jackdaw, a nutcracker, a kuksha, magpie, thrush (sometimes sedentary and nomadic), herb (tailed bilberry), large tit, moscow (black titmouse), white azure, pufflet (common gaichka), bluegrass, black-headed nut, crested tit, gray-headed nuts, common nuthatch, yurok, common pika , ordinary greenfish, goldfinch, cone plyanka (is sedentary and nomadic), crossbill-Sosnovik, common bullfinch (is sedentary and nomadic), White-winged crossbill, house sparrow, HAWFINCH, snow bunting, field sparrow.
Now you know which birds remain to winter!