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Siberian woodpeckers and bullfinches

Siberian woodpeckers and bullfinches

I am located in Akademgorodok some kilometers south of Novosibirsk. Akademgorodok was founded 60 years ago, with universities, institutes, housing and everything else needed for research from the cradle to the grave. Infrastructure is maintained and developed, but the city lost its special status when the Soviet union dissolved.

I study Russian and get practical use of theoretical knowledge in daily life. A small problem, however, is that many russians I meet here are equally interested in practicing their English as I my Russian.

Today it is snowing. I keeps me indoors apart from a walk to the mall. To walk in this part of town means to go through or around a larger or smaller park with the overgrown forest. Overgrown, but busy: everywhere there are the beaten paths, the whole winter through. The richness of woodpeckers, feels exotic for a Swede: a short walk to the supermarket, there are good chances to see more of siberia's 6 types of woodpecker (black woodpecker, grey woodpecker, three-toed, white-backed as well as the greater and lesser spotted woodpecker). The most common species are the greater spotted woodpecker. Many other winter birds, for example, bullfinch, are also well-known for a Swede. But the other day I discovered something more exotic, namely the two grey bullfinches (cinerea; uncertain if it is a morph, race, or species). I have seen them before, but not in the past among the buildings.

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Jag befinner mig i Akademgorodok n?gra mil s?der om Novosibirsk. Akademgorodok grundades som en forskarby f?r 60 ?r sedan, med universitet, institut, bost?der och allt annat som beh?vs f?r ett forskarliv fr?n vaggan till graven. Infrastrukturen finns kvar och utvecklas, men staden f?rlorade sin speciella status n?r Sovjetunionen uppl?stes.

Jag studerar ryska och f?r praktisk nytta av teoretiska kunskaper i det dagliga livet. Ett litet problem ?r dock att m?nga ryssar jag m?ter h?r ?r lika intresserade av att praktisera sin engelska som jag min ryska.

Idag yr sn?n utanf?r f?nstret. Jag h?ller mig inomhus bortsett fr?n en promenad till k?pcentret. Att promenera i den h?r delen av staden betyder att ta sig igenom eller runt ett st?rre eller mindre skogsparti med vildvuxen skog. Vildvuxen, men trafikerad: ?verallt finns upptrampade stigar, hela vintern igenom. Rikedomen p? hackspettar k?nns exotisk f?r en svensk: p? en kort promenad till aff?ren finns goda chanser att se flera av sibiriens 6 hackspettarter (spillkr?ka, gr?spett, tret?ig, vitryggig samt st?rre och mindre hackspett). Den vanligaste arten ?r st?rre hackspett. M?nga andra vinterf?glar, exempelvis domherren, ?r ocks? v?lk?nda f?r en svensk. Men h?romdagen uppt?ckte jag n?got mer exotiskt, n?mligen tv? gr? domherrar (cinerea; os?kert om det ?r en morf, ras, eller art). Jag har sett dem f?rut, men inte tidigare bland bebyggelsen.

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