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April 2020 - January 2021
Russian Research Center of Radiology (RNTSRR)
- Laboratory Assistant
- COVID diagnostics
December 2016 - January 2018
- Main Teacher for BirdID Russian Central Forest
- Leader of BirdID educational program in Russia, Translation of BirdID Website, Organisation of BirdID Field Course, Recruitment of Tearchers and Students, Main Teacher of the Course
Acrocephalid reed warblers are among the most complex and variable singers in songbirds. They are also the most monomorphic passerines which make them difficult to identify and the most reliable marker for their field identification is the song. Using the comparison of molecular and acoustical data we might have a glimpse of how this structurally c...
Faunistic observations on Yuzhny island (Novaya Zemlya arkhipelago) in july 2016
The full text is available here: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/I6ZD2fYqX97PEURIGspB/full Capsule: Songs of Large-billed Reed Warblers Acrocephalus orinus and Blyth's Reed Warblers Acrocephalus dumetorum differed in quantitative parameters. Blyth's Reed Warbler used different modes of singing on breeding grounds and migration stopovers. Aims:...
Among songbirds there are species with rich and variable repertoires and very complex sequences of sounds that are hard to analyse. Here, we investigate repertoire and syntax organization in the large-billed reed warbler advertising vocalization. We provide the first detailed qualitative and quantitative description of a song of a recently rediscov...
The enigmatic Large-billed Reed Warbler (Acrocephalus orinus) was recently rediscovered after more than 130 years of being treated extinct. In 2006 it was captivated alive, further studies of museum collections and searches for living individuals helped to elucidate breeding, moulting and wintering areas. Breeding area of Large-billed Reed Warblers...
The history of rediscovery of the Large-billed Reed Warbler is extraordinary. This species was described by a single specimen and considered to be extinct until 2006, when a living bird was mist-netted in Thailand. Several years later the nesting area of these birds was discovered around the border of Tajikistan and Afghanistan. In 2011 and 2012 ou...
Summer avifauna of the Kondara Gorge, Tajikistan P.V. Kvartalnov, V.Yu. Arkhipov, G.D. Garibmamadov, E.A. Koblik, F.A. Kondrashov, I.A. Murashev, A.S. Opaev, V.V. Samotskaya Summary The Kondara River is a northern tributary of the Varzob River at southern slopes of the Gissar Range, 30 km north of Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The avifauna of the Kondara G...
Large-billed Reed Warbler Acrocephalus orinus has a limited distribution of the breeding grounds. It is known to inhabit valleys of the Panj river and its tributaries in Gorny Barakhshan Autonomous Republic (Tajikistan) and Badakhshan province (Afghanistan). Here we give descriptions of nests and eggs of this species based on 18 fresh nests found i...
Genus Acrocephalus is an extraordinary diverse group of birds and it had been an object for countless studies. However there are still many questions left and several species remain almost unstudied. Blunt-winged warbler could be counted among them for we still confront the lack of data about the range, habitat, behavior and breeding biology of thi...
V. V. Ivanitskii, P. V. Kvartalnov, I. M. Marova, V. V. Samotskaya, A. A. Bannikova. MODES OF STAY, VOCALIZATION PATTERNS AND MORPHOLOGICAL VARIABILITY OF BLYTH’S REED WARBLERS (ACROCEPHALUS DUMETORUM) IN CENTRAL ASIA. The modes of stay, vocalization patterns and morphological variability of Blyth’s reed warbler have been summarized over its whole...
В рамках проекта по мониторингу особо охраняемых природных территорий Одинцовского района Московской области мы провели с 4 по 6 августа 2012 анализ видового разнообразия двух природных резерватов: 5 августа обследовали резерват «Палецкое озеро», 4 и 6 августа – резерват «Побережье Нарских прудов – леса Верхненарской ложбины». Всего на двух обследо...
Фаунистические наблюдения проводили с 21 по 29 июня 2012 в окрестностях Восточного кордона Ханкайского заповедника. Кроме того, некоторый материал собран на побережье Уссурийского и Амурского заливов (17 июня в окрестностях деревни Шкотово, 19 июня в окрестностях железнодорожных станций Совхозная и Амурский залив), в дельте реки Раздольной (14-16 и...
We prepared a manuscript that describes the results of our methods of teaching bird identification that combines outdoor fieldwork with active learning. This is a result of a long-term work of specialist in nine countries with more than 800 students. The goal was to prepare experienced volunteers that can further participate in bird monitoring activities.
Currently we are looking for journals that might be interested in this kind of research. We will be grateful for any advice on this topic.
I am searching for good song recordings of African Reed Warblers. The longer the better. Or maybe somebody works near the habitat of these birds and it's not a big deal to record several minutes for me :)
There are some recordings on xeno-canto.org, but they are way too short for the analysis :(
Is there any proper literature on methods of syntax analysis in bird song except first order Markov chain?