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United Nations of Earthlings contains 8 nations, the 1,870th most in the world.

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The Most Pacifist in United Nations of Earthlings

Nations ranked highly pursue diplomatic solutions rather than military ones in the international arena, have small or nonexistent militaries, and peace-loving citizens.

As a region, United Nations of Earthlings is ranked 4,355th in the world for Most Pacifist.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Socialist Union of Western SammarinLeft-wing Utopia“Liberty, Sovereignty, Humanity”
2.The Republic of ArgentinstanDemocratic Socialists“Diversity makes us great”
3.The Corporate Federation of AlexandimNew York Times Democracy“Prosperis, Oeconomia, Triumphum”
4.The Free Land of MythiesDemocratic Socialists“Ná tabhair suas, fiú mura bhfuil gach rud ar do thaobh”
5.The Republic of UNOE Caretaker IIInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Motto”
6.The Principality of LiechtenburgCorporate Bordello“Within the mountains”
7.The Protectorate of BeyoNew York Times Democracy“Justice, Piety, Loyalty”
8.The Principality of The Vanu SovereignCorporate Police State“Only Through Intellect may we Prevail”

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United Nations of Earthlings Regional Message Board

Allexandretta wrote:Seems like this region is almost completely dead.

Paleno wrote:It's a shame, I'll always remember the good ole days here.

Couple of events put a damper on the fun.....

Read all about it!
- We've an Imperial Gazette
- The seventh DRF Chronicle
- The twenty-fifth Force Flyer
- Not just any truth, but the Union Truth
- Top interviews in Gameplay Magazine. And cookies too!

Poker faces on - it's ♠♥Hold'em ♦♣ at the Sands

I haven't been awfully active recently and it looks like the UNOE is slowly dying. I'll probably let Alexandim die along with it.

Cya guys. It's been fun.

Too bad, I was starting to actually get into the game. If anyone starts a new region, please hit me up.

For anyone interested in birds, there's what you can find on Nanako
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Key

br. = Breeding
re. = resident (su- : summer, wn- : winter)
mi. = migratory halt
|E| = endemic
|A| = Accidental (few couples observed cut from main residential/passage areas, probable vagrants)
|I| = Introduced
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LC = Least Concern
NT = Near Threatened
VU = Vulnerable
EN = Endangered
CR = Critically Endangered
EW = Extinct in the Wild
EX = Extinct
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Ducks, geese, and waterfowl
NT - Emperor goose (A. Canagicus) - br. su-re.
VU - Oriental Snow Goose (A. c. Orientalis) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Greater White-fronted Goose (A. a. albifrons) - wn-re.
LC - Taiga bean goose (A. f. middendorffii) - br. re.
LC - Tundra bean goose (A. serrirostris) - br. re.
LC - Brant goose (B. bernicla) - su-re.
CR - Bering cackling goose (B. h. asiatica) - br. re. |E| (by default : extinct form other breeding places)
LC - Cackling goose (B. h. hutchinsii) - su-re.
LC - Mute Swan (C. olor) - br. re. |I|
LC - Nashasgorov's Trumpeter Swan (C. b. Borealis) - br. re. |E|
LC - Tundra Swan (C. c. bewickii) - su-re.
LC - Whooper Swan (C. cygnus) - br. re.
CR - Crested shelduck (T. cristata) - br. su-re.
LC - Mandarin Duck (A. galericulata) - br. su-re.
LC - Baikal Teal (S. formosa) - br. re.
LC - Garganey (S. querquedula) - br. su-re.
LC - Northern Shoveler (S. clypeata) - br. re.
LC - Gadwall (M. strepera) - br. su-re.
NT - Falcated Duck (M. falcata) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian Wigeon (M. penelope) - mi.
LC - American wigeon (M. americana) - wn-re. |A|
LC - Eastern Spot-billed Duck (A. zonorhyncha) - br. su-re.
LC - Mallard (A. p. platyrhynchos) - br. su-re.
LC - Northern pintail (A. acuta) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian teal (A. Crecca) - br. re.
VU - Common Pochard (A. ferina) - wn-re.
NT - Kouril Ferruginous Duck (A. n. Kurilae) - br. re. |E|
CR - Baer's Pochard (A. baeri) - br. su-re.
LC - Tufted duck (A. fuligula) - br. re.
LC - Greater Scaup (A. m. marila) - br. re.
VU - Steller's eider (P. stelleri) - possible br. wn-re.
NT - Okhotsk King Eider (S. s. Australis) - br. re. |E|
NT - Common eider (S. m. v-nigra) - wn-re.
LC - Harlequin Duck (H. h. pacificus) - br. re.
LC - White-winged Scoter (M. deglandi) - wn-re.
NT - Black scoter (M. americana) - br. re.
VU - Long-tailed Duck (C. hyemalis) - wn-re.
LC - Common goldeneye (B. c. clangula) - br. re.
LC - Smew (M. albellus) - br. re.
LC - Common goosander (M. m. Merganser) - br. su-re.
LC - Red-breasted merganser (M. serrator) - br. re.
LC - Barrow's goldeneye (B. islandica) - br. re.

Pheasants, grouse, and allies
LC - Indian peafowl (P. cristatus) - br. re. |I|
NT - Japanese quial (C. japonica) - br. re.
NT - Nanakian Snow pheasant (Syrmaticus doriae nivalis) - br. re. |E|
LC - Japanese green pheasant (P. versicolor) - br. re. Endemic to the Japanese Islands chain. (Inculding Nanako)
LC - Hazel grouse (T. bonasia) - br. re.
LC - Nanakian Rock ptarmigan (L. m. Nanakae) - br. re. |E|
NT - Siberian grouse (F. falcipennis) - br. re.
LC - Kamchatka Willow ptarmigan (L. l. kamtschatkensis) - br. re.
LC - Okadai Willow ptarmigan (L. l. okadai) - br. re.
LC - Black-billed capercaillie (T. urogalloides) - br. re.

Grebes
LC - Little gerbe (T. r. poggei) - br. re.
VU - Horned grebe (P. a. auritus) - br. re.
LC - Red-necked grebe (P. g. holboelii) - br. re.
LC - Black-necked grebe (P. n. nigricollis) - wn-re.

Pigeons and doves
LC - Common pigeon (C. livia) - br. re. |I|
NT - Japanese Wood pigeon (C. janthina) - br. re.
EN - Amagi Silver Dove (C. Amagii) - br. re. |E|
LC - Oriental turtle dove (S. Orientalis) - br. su-re.
LC - White-bellied green pigeon (T. sieboldii) - br. su-re.

Sandgrouse

Bustards

Cuckoos
LC - Northern Hawk-Cuckoo (H. hyperythrus) - br. su-re.
LC - Lesser Cuckoo (C. poliocephalus) - br. su-re.
LC - Common cuckoo (C. canorus) - br. su-re.
LC - Oriental cuckoo (C. optatus) - br. su-re.

Nightjars and allies
LC - Grey nightjar (C. jotaka) - br. su-re.

Swifts
LC - White-throated needletail (H. caudacutus) - br. su-re.
LC - Pacific swift (A. pacificus) - br. su-re.

Rails, gallinules, and coots
LC - Brown-cheeked rail (R. indicus) - br. su-re.
EN - Sea Ice Swift Coot (Fulica glacialis) - br. re. |E|
LC - Common moorhen (G. chloropus) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian coot (F. altra) - br. su-re.
LC - Baillon's crake (P. pusilla) - br. su-re.
VU - Swinhoe's Rail (C. exquisitus) - br. re.

Cranes
CR - Okhotsk White Crane (Leucogeranus maritimus) - br. su-re. |E|
EN - Red-crowned crane (G. japonensis) - br. re.

Stilts and avocets

Oystercatcher
NT - Eurasian oystercatcher (H. ostralegus osculans) - br. su-re.
LC - Black Tadekawa Oystercatcher (H. b. Tadekawae) - br. re. |E|

Plovers and lapwings
LC - Grey plover (P. squatarola) - wn-re.
LC - Pacific golden plover (P. fulva) - mi.
NT - Northern lapwing (V. vanellus) - wn-re.
LC - Grey-headed lapwing (V. cinereus) - br. su-re.
LC - Lesser sand plover (C. m. stegmanni) - br. su-re.
LC - Kentish plover (C. a. nihonensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Common ringed plover (C. h. tundrae) - mi.
LC - Long-billed plover (C. placidus) - br. su-re.
LC - Little Ringed Plover (C. d. curonicus) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian dotterel (C. morinellus) - mi.
LC - Bering Golden Plover (Pluvialis dominica kamtschatkensis) - br. su-re.

Painted-snipes

Jacanas

Sandpipers and allies
LC - Whimbrel (N. p. variegatus) - mi.
LC - Little curlew (N. minutus) - mi.
EN - Far Eastern curlew (N. madagascariensis) - br. su-re.
CR - Slender-billed curlew (N. tenuirostris) - wn-re.
NT - Bar-tailed godwit (L. l. baueri) - mi.
NT - Black-tailed godwit (L. l. melanuroides) - br. su-re.
LC - Ruddy turnstone (A. interpres) - br. su-re.
EN - Great knot (C. tenuirostris) - mi.
NT - Red Knot (C. c. Rogersi) - mi.
LC - Ruff (C. pugnax) - mi.
LC - Broad-billed sandpiper (C. falcinellus) - mi.
LC - Sharp-tailed sandpiper (C. acuminata) - mi.
NT - Curlew sandpiper (C. ferruginea) - mi.
LC - Temminck's stint (C. temminckii) - mi.
LC - Long-toed stint (C. subminuta) - br. su-re.
CR - Spoon-billed sandpiper (C. pygmaea) - mi.
NT - Red-necked stint (C. ruficollis) - mi.
NT - Black-tailed sanderling (Calidris alba nigrumcoda) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Chukchi Dunlin (C. a. sakhalina) - br. su-re.
LC - Sea of Okhotsk Dunlin (C. a. kistchinski) - br. su-re.
LC - Sakhalin Dunlin (C. a. actites) - br. su-re.
LC - Commander Islands Rock Sandpipier (C. p. quarta) - br. su-re.
LC - Little stint (C. minuta) - mi. |A : seasonality uncertain|
LC - Least Sandpiper (C. minutilla) - br. su-re. |A : recently large populations arrival due to climate change)
LC - Pectoral sandpiper (C. melanotos) - mi.
LC - Long-billed dowitcher (L. scolopaceus) - mi.
LC - Eurasian woodcock (S. Rusticola) - br. su-re.
LC - Solitary snipe (G. s. solitaria) - br. re.
LC - Japanese Solitary snipe (G. s. japonica) - br. su-re.
LC - Latham's snipe (G. hardwickii) - br. su-re.
LC - Common snipe (G. g. gallinago) - mi.
LC - Pin-tailed snipe (G. stenura) - mi.
LC - Swinhoe's snipe (G. megala) - mi.
LC - South Terek sandpiper (Xenus cinereus aestivus) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Terek sandpiper (X. cinereus) - mi.
LC - Red-necked phalarope (P. lobatus) - wn-re.
LC - Red phalarope (P. fulicarius) - mi.
LC - Common sandpiper (A. hypoleucos) - br. su-re.
LC - Green sandpiper (T. ochropus) - br. su-re.
NT - Gray-tailed tattler (T. brevipes) - br. su-re. mi.
LC - Spotted redshank (T. erythropus) - mi.
LC - Common greenshank (T. nebularia) - br. su-re.
EN - Nordmann's greenshank (T. guttifer) - br. su-re. |N.B. : largest breeding site|
LC - Wood sandpiper (T. glareola) - br. su-re.
CR - Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) - br. su-re. |A : breeding started 2014, unknown reason)

Buttonquails

Pratincoles and coursers

Skuas and jaegers
LC - South polar skua (S. maccormicki) - su-re.
LC - Pomarine jaeger (S. pomarinus) - (few) br. su-re.
LC - Parasitic jaeger (S. parasiticus) - br. su-re.
LC - Long-tailed jaeger (S. l. pallescens) - br. su-re.
LC - Narukami Great Brown skua (Stercorarius skua orientalis) - br. re. |E|

Auks, murres, and puffins
LC - Little auk (A. a. poralis) - wn-re.
LC - Common murre (U. a. inornata) - br. re.
LC - Thick-billed murre (U. l. arra) - br. re.
LC - Pigeon guillemot (C. c. snowi) - br. re.
LC - Pigeon guillemot (C. c. kaiurka) - br. re. |A|
LC - Spectacled guillemot (C. carbo) - br. re.
NT - Long-billed murrelet (B. perdix) - br. re.
NT - Kittlitz's murrelet (B. brevirostris) - wn-re.
LC - Ancient murrelet (S. a. antiquus) - br. re.
LC - Commander Islands Ancient Murrelet (S. a. microrhynchos) - wn-re.
VU - Japanese murrelet (S. wumizusume) - su-re.
LC - Parakeet auklet (A. psittacula) - br. re.
LC - Least auklet (A. pusilla) - br. re.
LC - Whiskered auklet (A. pygmaea) - br. re.
LC - Crested auklet (A. cristatella) - br. re.
LC - Rhinoceros auklet (C. monocerata) - br. re.
LC - Horned puffin (F. corniculata) - br. re.
LC - Tufted puffin (F. cirrhata) - br. re.
CR - Greak Nanakian Auk (Pinguinus Nanakae) - br. re. |E| |N.B. : Cousin of the Great auk (Pinguinus impennis) today extinct|
EN - Brandsworth's Marbled murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus bandsworthus) - br. re. |E|
NT - Cassin's auklet (P. a. aleuticus) - br. re.

Gulls, terns, and skimmers
VU - Black-legged kittiwake (R. t. pollicaris) - br. re.
VU - Red-legged kittiwake (R. brevirostris) - br. re.
NT - Okhotsk Brandsworth's Gull (Pagophila Nanakae) - br. re. |E|
LC - Sabine's gull (X. s. tschuktschorum) - re.
LC - Black-headed gull (C. ridibundus) - br. re.
LC - Little Gull (H. minutus) - br. su-re.
LC - Ross's gull (R. rosea) - wn-re.
LC - Black-tailed gull (L. crassirostris) - br. re.
LC - Common gull (L. c. kamtschatschensis) - br. re.
LC - Vega gull (L. vegae) - br. re.
LC - American herring gull (L. smithsonianus) - br. re.
LC - Slaty-backed gull (L. schistisagus) - br. re.
LC - Glaucous-winged gull (L. glaucescens) - br. re.
LC - Glaucous gull (L. h. pallidissimus) - wn-re.
VU - Aleutian tern (O. aleuticus) - br. re.
LC - Little tern (S. albifrons) - br. su-re.
NT - Naoto White-winged tern (Chlidonias Naotoae) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - White-winged tern (C. leucopterus) - mi.
LC - Common tern (S. h. longipennis) - br. su-re.
LC - Artic tern (S. paradisaea) - mi. |A|

Tropicbirds

Loon
LC - Red-throated loon (G. stellata) - br. re.
LC - Black-throated loon (G. a. viridigularis) - br. re.
LC - Pacific loon (G. pacifica) - wn-re.
NT - Yellow-billed loon (G. adamsii) - wn-re.

Albatrosses
NT - Laysan albatross (P. immutabilis) - br. re.
NT - Black-footed albatross (P. nigripes) - br. re.
VU - Short-tailed albatross (P. albatrus) - br. re.

Southern storm-petrels

Northern storm-petrels
LC - Fork-tailed storm petrel (O. furcata) - br. re.
VU - Leach's storm petrel (O. leucorhoa) - br. re.
NT - Swinhoe's storm petrel (O. monorhis) - br. re.
LC - Band-rumped storm petrel (O. castro) - br. re.
NT - Tristram's storm petrel (O. tristrami) - br. re.

Shearwaters and petrels
LC - Northern fulmar (F. g. rodgersii) - br. re.
NT - Mottled petrel (P. inexpectata) - su-re.
VU - White-necked petrel (P. cervicalis) - re.
LC - Bonin petrel (P. hypoleuca) - br. re.
LC - Black-winged Petrel (P. nigripennis) - su-re.
LC - Bulwer's petrel (B. bulwerii) - (few)br. su-re.
NT - Streaked shearwater (C. leucomelas) - br. su-re.
NT - Flesh-footed shearwater (A. carneipes) - su-re.
VU - Buller's shearwater (A. bulleri) - su-re. |A|
NT - Sooty shearwater (A. grisea) - su-re.
LC - Short-tailed shearwater (A. tenuirostris) - su-re.

Storks
EN - Oriental stork (C. boyciana) - br. su-re.
LC - Black stork (C. nigra) - mi. |A|

Frigatebirds

Boobies and gannets
LC - Bering Gannet (M. Brandsii) - br. su-re. |E|

Cormorants and shags
LC - Red-faced cormorant (P. urile) - br. re.
LC - Pelagic cormorant (P. pelagicus) - br. re.
LC - Great cormorant (P. carbo) - br. re.
LC - Japanese cormorant (P. capillatus) - br. re.

Herons, egrets, and bitterns
LC - Eurasian bittern (B. stellaris) - br. su-re.
LC - Yellow bittern (I. sinensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Von Schrenck's bittern (I. eurhythmus) - br. su-re.
LC - Gray heron (A. c. jouyi) - br. re.
LC - Eastern great egret (A. a. modesta) - br. re.
LC - Intermediate egret (A. intermedia) - br. su-re.
LC - Little egret (E. garzetta) - br. su-re.
LC - Striated heron (B. striata) - br. su-re.
LC - Black-crowned night heron (N. nycticorax) - br. su-re.

Ibises and spoonbills
EN - Japanese crested ibis (N. nippon) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian spoonbill (P. leucorodia) - mi. |A|

Osprey
LC - Osprey (P. haliaetus) - br. re.

Hawks, eagles, and kites
VU - Steller's Sea Eagle (H. pelagicus) - br. re. |N.B. : largest population|
LC - Siberian Black Kite (Milvus Sibiricus) - br. re. |E|
LC - Black-eared kite (M. m. lineatus) - br. re.
LC - Nanakian Gray-Faced Buzzard (B. i. Septemtria) - br. re. |E|
LC - Grey-Faced Buzzard (B. indicus) - br. su-re.
LC - Japanese Golden Eagle (A. c. Japonica) - br. re.
LC - Siberian/Kamchatka Golden Eagle (A. c. kamtschatica) - br. re.
VU - Eastern Imperial Eagle (A. heliaca) - re. |A|
LC - Eastern Buzzard (B. japonicus) - br. su-re.
NT - Dojima Eastern Buzzard (B. j. Dojimae) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - White-Tailed Eagle (H. albicilla) - br. re.
LC - Common redshank (T. t. ussuriensis) - br. re.
LC - Crested honey buzzard (P. ptilorhynchus) - br. su-re.
LC - Japanese Hawk-eagle (N. n. orientalis) - br. re.
LC - Japanese Golden Eagle (A. c. japonica) - br. re.
LC - Siberian Golden Eagle (A. c. kamtschatica) - br. re.
LC - Eastern marsh harrier (C. soilonotus) - br. su-re.
LC - Hen harrier (C. cyaneus) - br. re.
LC - Pied harrier (C. melanoleucos) - mi. |A|
LC - Japanese sparrowhawk (A. gularis) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian Sparrowhawk (A. n. nisosimilis) - br. su-re. |N.B. : few re.|
LC - Northern goshawk (A. g. albidus) - br. su-re.
LC - Northern goshawk (A. g. fujiyamae) - br. re.
LC - Northern goshawk (A. g. schvedowi) - br. su-re.
LC - Rough-legged buzzard (B. lagopus) - wn-re.

Barn-owls

Owls
LC - Boreal Owl (A. f. Magnus) - br. re.
LC - Siberian Boreal Owl (A. f. Sibiricus) - br. re.
VU - Nanakian Boreal Owl (Budo Nanakae) - br. re. |E|
LC - Japanese scops owl (O. semitorques) - br. re.
LC - Oriental scops owl (O. s. japonicus) - br. su-re.
LC - Oriental scops owl (O. s. stictonotus) - br. su-re.
LC - Yakutian eagle-owl (B. b. jakutensis) - br. re.
LC - Ussuri eagle-owl (B. b. ussuriensis) - br. re.
EN - Blakiston's fish owl (B. b. blakistoni) - br. re.
LC - Ural Owl (S. uralensis) - br. re.
LC - Long-eared owl (A. otus) - br. re.
LC - Short-eared owl (A. flammeus) - br. re.
LC - Brown hawk-owl (N. scutulata) - br. su-re.

Hoopoes
LC - Eurasian hoopoe (U. epops) - br. su-re. |A|

Kingfishers
LC - Common kingfisher (A. a. bengalensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Crested kingfisher (M. lugubris) - br. re.

Bee-eaters

Rollers
LC - Oriental dollarbird (E. o. cyanocollis) - br. su-re.

Woodpeckers
LC - Eurasian wryneck (J. t. chinensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian three-toed woodpecker (P. tridactylus) - br. re.
LC - Japanese Pygmy Woodpecker (P. k. seebohmi) - br. re.
LC - White-backed woodpecker (D. l. subcirris) - br. re.
LC - White-backed woodpecker (D. l. leucotos) - br. re.
LC - Great spotted woodpecker (B. major) - br. re.
LC - Lesser spotted woodpecker (D. m. kamtschatkensis) - br. re.
LC - Lesser spotted woodpecker (D. m. immaculatus) - br. re.
LC - Lesser spotted woodpecker (D. m. amurensis) - br. re.
LC - Grey-headed woodpecker (P. c. jessoensis) - br. re.
LC - Black woodpecker (D. martius) - br. re.
NT - Nekodaka Red-Headed Woodpecker (Campephilus Nanakae) - br. re. |E|

Falcons and caracaras
LC - Common Kestrel (F. tinnunculus) - br. su-re.
LC - Common Kestrel (F. t. interstinctus) - br. su-re.
LC - Merlin (F. columbarius/a. pacificus) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian hobby (F. subbuteo) - br. su-re.
LC - Gryfalcon (F. rusticolus) - su-re.
LC - Peregrine Falcon (F. p. japonensis) - br. re.

Old World parrots

Pittas

Woodswallows

Cuckooshrikes

Shrikes
LC - Bull-headed shrike (L. bucephalus) - br. su-re.
LC - Brown Shrike (L. c. superciliosus) - br. su-re.
LC - Northern shrike (L. b. bianchii) - br. re.

Old World orioles
LC - Black-naped oriole (O. c. diffusus) - br. su-re.

Drongos

Monarch flycatchers

Crows, jays, and magpies
LC - Eurasian jay (G.g. brandtii) - br. re.
LC - Azure-winged magpie (C. cyanus) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian magpie (P. p. camtschatica) - br. re.
LC - Spotted nutcracker (N. c. japonica) - br. re.
LC - Rook (C. f. pastinator) - br. su-re.
LC - Eastern carrion crow (C. c. orientalis) - br. re.
LC - Northern Jungle Crow (C. m. japonensis) - br. re.

Bearded reedling

Larks
LC - Japanese Eurasian skylark (A. a. Japonica) - br. su-re.
LC - Kamtchatka Eurasian skylark (A. a. pekinensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Sakhalin Eurasian skylark (A. a. Ionnbergi) - br. su-re.
LC - Nanakian Eurasian sktlark (A. a. nauticæ) - br. su-re. |E|

Swallows
LC - Sand Martin (R. r. ijimae) - br. su-re.
LC - Sand Martin (R. r. riparia) - br. su-re.
LC - Barn swallow (H. r. gutturalis) - br. su-re.
LC - Red-rumped swallow (C. daurica) - br. su-re.
LC - Asian house martin (D. dasypus) - br. su-re.

Tits, chickadees, and titmice
LC - Coal Tit (P. ater) - br. re.
LC - Coal Tit (P. a. insularis) - br. re.
LC - Varied Tit (S. varius) - br. re.
LC - Brandsworth's Arctic Tit (P. arcticae) - br. re. |E|
LC - Marsh Tit (P. p. ernsti) - br. re.
LC - Marsh tit (P. p. hensoni) - br. re.
LC - willow-tit (P. m. kamtschatkensis) - br. re.
LC - willow tit (P. m. sachalinensis) - br. re.
LC - willow tit (P. m. restrictus) - br. re.
LC - Japanese tit (P. minor) - br. re.

Penduline-tits

Long-tailed tits
LC - Long-tailed tit (Ae. c. caudatus) - br. re.

Nuthatches
LC - Siberian nuthatch (S. arctia) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian nuthatch (S. e. clara) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian nuthatch (S. e. takatsukasai) - br. re.

Treecreepers
LC - Eurasian Treecreeper (C. f. orientalis) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian Treecreeper (C. f. nanakensis) - br. re.

Wrens
LC - Eurasian wren (T. t. fumigatus) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian wren (T. t. kurilensis) - wn-re.

Dippers
LC - Brown dipper (C. p. pallasii) - br. re.

Bulbuls
LC - Japanese Brown-eared bulbul (H. amaurotis) - br. re.

Kinglets
LC - Goldcrest (R. r. japonensis) - br. su-re.

Bush warblers and allies
LC - Asian stubtail (U. squameiceps) - br. su-re.
LC - Japanese bush warbler (H. d. riukiuensis) - br. su-re.

Leaf warblers
LC - Yellow-browed Warbler (P. inornatus) - br. su-re.
LC - Pallas's Leaf-warbler (P. proregulus) - br. su-re.
LC - Radde's Warbler (P. schwarzi) - br. su-re.
LC - Dusky Warbler (P. fuscatus) - br. su-re.
LC - Eastern Crowned Warbler (P. coronatus) - br. su-re.
LC - Sakhalin leaf warbler (P. borealoides) - br. su-re.
LC - Nanako leaf warbler (Phylloscopus Nanakensis) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Kamchatka leaf warbler (P. examinandus) - br. su-re.

Reed warblers and allies
LC - Black-browed Reed-warbler (A. bistrigiceps) - br. su-re.
LC - Oriental Reed-warbler (A. orientalis) - br. su-re.

Grassbirds and allies
LC - Sakhalin Grasshopper-warbler (L. amnicola) - br. su-re.
LC - Pallas's grasshopper-warbler (L. certhiola) - br. su-re.
LC - Middendorff's Grasshopper-warbler (L. ochotensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Lanceolated Warbler (L. l. hendersonii) - br. su-re.

Cisticolas and allies

Sylviid warblers

White-eyes, yuhinas, and allies
LC - Japanese White-eye (Z. japonicus) - br. su-re.

Laughingthrushes and allies

Old World flycatchers
LC - Grey-streaked Flycatcher (M. griseisticta) - br. su-re.
LC - Siberian Flycatcher (M. sibirica) - br. su-re.
LC - Asian Brown Flycatcher (M. dauurica) - br. su-re.
LC - Blue-and-white flycatcher (C. cyanomelana) - br. su-re.
LC - Rufous-tailed Robin (L. sibilans) - br. su-re.
LC - Japanese Robin (L. akahige) - br. su-re.
LC - Siberian Blue Robin (L. c. nechaevi) - br. su-re.
NT - Nanakian Bluethroat (Luscinia Kowalskii) - br. su-re.
LC - Siberian Rubythroat (C. calliope) - br. su-re.
LC - Orange-flanked Bush-robin (T. cyanurus) - br. su-re.
LC - Narcissus flycatcher (F. narcissina) - br. su-re.
LC - Mugimaki Flycatcher (F. mugimaki) - br. su-re.
LC - Red-throated Flycatcher (F. albicilla) - mi.
LC - Eastern Blue Rock-thrush (M. s. philippensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Siberian stonechat (S. maurus) - br. su-re.
LC - Arctic rock chat (Oenanthe septentrio) - br. su-re. |E|

Thrushes and allies
LC - White's Thrush (Z. a. aurea) - mi.
LC - White's Thrush (Z. a. toratugumi) - br. su-re.
LC - Sakhalin Thrush (G. s. davisoni) - br. su-re.
LC - Chesnut-spotted Nanako Thrush (Turdus maculatus) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Japanese Thrush (T. cardis) - br. su-re.
LC - Eyebrowed Thrush (T. obscurus) - br. su-re.
LC - Brown-headed Thrush (T. chrysolaus) - br. su-re.
VU - Brandsworth's Izu thrush (T. nanakae) - br. su-re.
LC - Dusky Thrush (T. eunomus) - wn-re.

Wagtails and pipits
LC - Bering Sea yellow wagtail (M. t. Simillima)- br. su-re.
LC - Green-crowned yellow wagtail (M. t. taivana)- br. su-re.

Read dispatch

Nanako Island wrote:Too bad, I was starting to actually get into the game. If anyone starts a new region, please hit me up.

For anyone interested in birds, there's what you can find on Nanako
(wip, not formatted and made for reasons unknown)

Key

br. = Breeding
re. = resident (su- : summer, wn- : winter)
mi. = migratory halt
|E| = endemic
|A| = Accidental (few couples observed cut from main residential/passage areas, probable vagrants)
|I| = Introduced
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LC = Least Concern
NT = Near Threatened
VU = Vulnerable
EN = Endangered
CR = Critically Endangered
EW = Extinct in the Wild
EX = Extinct
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Ducks, geese, and waterfowl
NT - Emperor goose (A. Canagicus) - br. su-re.
VU - Oriental Snow Goose (A. c. Orientalis) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Greater White-fronted Goose (A. a. albifrons) - wn-re.
LC - Taiga bean goose (A. f. middendorffii) - br. re.
LC - Tundra bean goose (A. serrirostris) - br. re.
LC - Brant goose (B. bernicla) - su-re.
CR - Bering cackling goose (B. h. asiatica) - br. re. |E| (by default : extinct form other breeding places)
LC - Cackling goose (B. h. hutchinsii) - su-re.
LC - Mute Swan (C. olor) - br. re. |I|
LC - Nashasgorov's Trumpeter Swan (C. b. Borealis) - br. re. |E|
LC - Tundra Swan (C. c. bewickii) - su-re.
LC - Whooper Swan (C. cygnus) - br. re.
CR - Crested shelduck (T. cristata) - br. su-re.
LC - Mandarin Duck (A. galericulata) - br. su-re.
LC - Baikal Teal (S. formosa) - br. re.
LC - Garganey (S. querquedula) - br. su-re.
LC - Northern Shoveler (S. clypeata) - br. re.
LC - Gadwall (M. strepera) - br. su-re.
NT - Falcated Duck (M. falcata) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian Wigeon (M. penelope) - mi.
LC - American wigeon (M. americana) - wn-re. |A|
LC - Eastern Spot-billed Duck (A. zonorhyncha) - br. su-re.
LC - Mallard (A. p. platyrhynchos) - br. su-re.
LC - Northern pintail (A. acuta) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian teal (A. Crecca) - br. re.
VU - Common Pochard (A. ferina) - wn-re.
NT - Kouril Ferruginous Duck (A. n. Kurilae) - br. re. |E|
CR - Baer's Pochard (A. baeri) - br. su-re.
LC - Tufted duck (A. fuligula) - br. re.
LC - Greater Scaup (A. m. marila) - br. re.
VU - Steller's eider (P. stelleri) - possible br. wn-re.
NT - Okhotsk King Eider (S. s. Australis) - br. re. |E|
NT - Common eider (S. m. v-nigra) - wn-re.
LC - Harlequin Duck (H. h. pacificus) - br. re.
LC - White-winged Scoter (M. deglandi) - wn-re.
NT - Black scoter (M. americana) - br. re.
VU - Long-tailed Duck (C. hyemalis) - wn-re.
LC - Common goldeneye (B. c. clangula) - br. re.
LC - Smew (M. albellus) - br. re.
LC - Common goosander (M. m. Merganser) - br. su-re.
LC - Red-breasted merganser (M. serrator) - br. re.
LC - Barrow's goldeneye (B. islandica) - br. re.

Pheasants, grouse, and allies
LC - Indian peafowl (P. cristatus) - br. re. |I|
NT - Japanese quial (C. japonica) - br. re.
NT - Nanakian Snow pheasant (Syrmaticus doriae nivalis) - br. re. |E|
LC - Japanese green pheasant (P. versicolor) - br. re. Endemic to the Japanese Islands chain. (Inculding Nanako)
LC - Hazel grouse (T. bonasia) - br. re.
LC - Nanakian Rock ptarmigan (L. m. Nanakae) - br. re. |E|
NT - Siberian grouse (F. falcipennis) - br. re.
LC - Kamchatka Willow ptarmigan (L. l. kamtschatkensis) - br. re.
LC - Okadai Willow ptarmigan (L. l. okadai) - br. re.
LC - Black-billed capercaillie (T. urogalloides) - br. re.

Grebes
LC - Little gerbe (T. r. poggei) - br. re.
VU - Horned grebe (P. a. auritus) - br. re.
LC - Red-necked grebe (P. g. holboelii) - br. re.
LC - Black-necked grebe (P. n. nigricollis) - wn-re.

Pigeons and doves
LC - Common pigeon (C. livia) - br. re. |I|
NT - Japanese Wood pigeon (C. janthina) - br. re.
EN - Amagi Silver Dove (C. Amagii) - br. re. |E|
LC - Oriental turtle dove (S. Orientalis) - br. su-re.
LC - White-bellied green pigeon (T. sieboldii) - br. su-re.

Sandgrouse

Bustards

Cuckoos
LC - Northern Hawk-Cuckoo (H. hyperythrus) - br. su-re.
LC - Lesser Cuckoo (C. poliocephalus) - br. su-re.
LC - Common cuckoo (C. canorus) - br. su-re.
LC - Oriental cuckoo (C. optatus) - br. su-re.

Nightjars and allies
LC - Grey nightjar (C. jotaka) - br. su-re.

Swifts
LC - White-throated needletail (H. caudacutus) - br. su-re.
LC - Pacific swift (A. pacificus) - br. su-re.

Rails, gallinules, and coots
LC - Brown-cheeked rail (R. indicus) - br. su-re.
EN - Sea Ice Swift Coot (Fulica glacialis) - br. re. |E|
LC - Common moorhen (G. chloropus) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian coot (F. altra) - br. su-re.
LC - Baillon's crake (P. pusilla) - br. su-re.
VU - Swinhoe's Rail (C. exquisitus) - br. re.

Cranes
CR - Okhotsk White Crane (Leucogeranus maritimus) - br. su-re. |E|
EN - Red-crowned crane (G. japonensis) - br. re.

Stilts and avocets

Oystercatcher
NT - Eurasian oystercatcher (H. ostralegus osculans) - br. su-re.
LC - Black Tadekawa Oystercatcher (H. b. Tadekawae) - br. re. |E|

Plovers and lapwings
LC - Grey plover (P. squatarola) - wn-re.
LC - Pacific golden plover (P. fulva) - mi.
NT - Northern lapwing (V. vanellus) - wn-re.
LC - Grey-headed lapwing (V. cinereus) - br. su-re.
LC - Lesser sand plover (C. m. stegmanni) - br. su-re.
LC - Kentish plover (C. a. nihonensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Common ringed plover (C. h. tundrae) - mi.
LC - Long-billed plover (C. placidus) - br. su-re.
LC - Little Ringed Plover (C. d. curonicus) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian dotterel (C. morinellus) - mi.
LC - Bering Golden Plover (Pluvialis dominica kamtschatkensis) - br. su-re.

Painted-snipes

Jacanas

Sandpipers and allies
LC - Whimbrel (N. p. variegatus) - mi.
LC - Little curlew (N. minutus) - mi.
EN - Far Eastern curlew (N. madagascariensis) - br. su-re.
CR - Slender-billed curlew (N. tenuirostris) - wn-re.
NT - Bar-tailed godwit (L. l. baueri) - mi.
NT - Black-tailed godwit (L. l. melanuroides) - br. su-re.
LC - Ruddy turnstone (A. interpres) - br. su-re.
EN - Great knot (C. tenuirostris) - mi.
NT - Red Knot (C. c. Rogersi) - mi.
LC - Ruff (C. pugnax) - mi.
LC - Broad-billed sandpiper (C. falcinellus) - mi.
LC - Sharp-tailed sandpiper (C. acuminata) - mi.
NT - Curlew sandpiper (C. ferruginea) - mi.
LC - Temminck's stint (C. temminckii) - mi.
LC - Long-toed stint (C. subminuta) - br. su-re.
CR - Spoon-billed sandpiper (C. pygmaea) - mi.
NT - Red-necked stint (C. ruficollis) - mi.
NT - Black-tailed sanderling (Calidris alba nigrumcoda) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Chukchi Dunlin (C. a. sakhalina) - br. su-re.
LC - Sea of Okhotsk Dunlin (C. a. kistchinski) - br. su-re.
LC - Sakhalin Dunlin (C. a. actites) - br. su-re.
LC - Commander Islands Rock Sandpipier (C. p. quarta) - br. su-re.
LC - Little stint (C. minuta) - mi. |A : seasonality uncertain|
LC - Least Sandpiper (C. minutilla) - br. su-re. |A : recently large populations arrival due to climate change)
LC - Pectoral sandpiper (C. melanotos) - mi.
LC - Long-billed dowitcher (L. scolopaceus) - mi.
LC - Eurasian woodcock (S. Rusticola) - br. su-re.
LC - Solitary snipe (G. s. solitaria) - br. re.
LC - Japanese Solitary snipe (G. s. japonica) - br. su-re.
LC - Latham's snipe (G. hardwickii) - br. su-re.
LC - Common snipe (G. g. gallinago) - mi.
LC - Pin-tailed snipe (G. stenura) - mi.
LC - Swinhoe's snipe (G. megala) - mi.
LC - South Terek sandpiper (Xenus cinereus aestivus) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Terek sandpiper (X. cinereus) - mi.
LC - Red-necked phalarope (P. lobatus) - wn-re.
LC - Red phalarope (P. fulicarius) - mi.
LC - Common sandpiper (A. hypoleucos) - br. su-re.
LC - Green sandpiper (T. ochropus) - br. su-re.
NT - Gray-tailed tattler (T. brevipes) - br. su-re. mi.
LC - Spotted redshank (T. erythropus) - mi.
LC - Common greenshank (T. nebularia) - br. su-re.
EN - Nordmann's greenshank (T. guttifer) - br. su-re. |N.B. : largest breeding site|
LC - Wood sandpiper (T. glareola) - br. su-re.
CR - Eskimo curlew (Numenius borealis) - br. su-re. |A : breeding started 2014, unknown reason)

Buttonquails

Pratincoles and coursers

Skuas and jaegers
LC - South polar skua (S. maccormicki) - su-re.
LC - Pomarine jaeger (S. pomarinus) - (few) br. su-re.
LC - Parasitic jaeger (S. parasiticus) - br. su-re.
LC - Long-tailed jaeger (S. l. pallescens) - br. su-re.
LC - Narukami Great Brown skua (Stercorarius skua orientalis) - br. re. |E|

Auks, murres, and puffins
LC - Little auk (A. a. poralis) - wn-re.
LC - Common murre (U. a. inornata) - br. re.
LC - Thick-billed murre (U. l. arra) - br. re.
LC - Pigeon guillemot (C. c. snowi) - br. re.
LC - Pigeon guillemot (C. c. kaiurka) - br. re. |A|
LC - Spectacled guillemot (C. carbo) - br. re.
NT - Long-billed murrelet (B. perdix) - br. re.
NT - Kittlitz's murrelet (B. brevirostris) - wn-re.
LC - Ancient murrelet (S. a. antiquus) - br. re.
LC - Commander Islands Ancient Murrelet (S. a. microrhynchos) - wn-re.
VU - Japanese murrelet (S. wumizusume) - su-re.
LC - Parakeet auklet (A. psittacula) - br. re.
LC - Least auklet (A. pusilla) - br. re.
LC - Whiskered auklet (A. pygmaea) - br. re.
LC - Crested auklet (A. cristatella) - br. re.
LC - Rhinoceros auklet (C. monocerata) - br. re.
LC - Horned puffin (F. corniculata) - br. re.
LC - Tufted puffin (F. cirrhata) - br. re.
CR - Greak Nanakian Auk (Pinguinus Nanakae) - br. re. |E| |N.B. : Cousin of the Great auk (Pinguinus impennis) today extinct|
EN - Brandsworth's Marbled murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus bandsworthus) - br. re. |E|
NT - Cassin's auklet (P. a. aleuticus) - br. re.

Gulls, terns, and skimmers
VU - Black-legged kittiwake (R. t. pollicaris) - br. re.
VU - Red-legged kittiwake (R. brevirostris) - br. re.
NT - Okhotsk Brandsworth's Gull (Pagophila Nanakae) - br. re. |E|
LC - Sabine's gull (X. s. tschuktschorum) - re.
LC - Black-headed gull (C. ridibundus) - br. re.
LC - Little Gull (H. minutus) - br. su-re.
LC - Ross's gull (R. rosea) - wn-re.
LC - Black-tailed gull (L. crassirostris) - br. re.
LC - Common gull (L. c. kamtschatschensis) - br. re.
LC - Vega gull (L. vegae) - br. re.
LC - American herring gull (L. smithsonianus) - br. re.
LC - Slaty-backed gull (L. schistisagus) - br. re.
LC - Glaucous-winged gull (L. glaucescens) - br. re.
LC - Glaucous gull (L. h. pallidissimus) - wn-re.
VU - Aleutian tern (O. aleuticus) - br. re.
LC - Little tern (S. albifrons) - br. su-re.
NT - Naoto White-winged tern (Chlidonias Naotoae) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - White-winged tern (C. leucopterus) - mi.
LC - Common tern (S. h. longipennis) - br. su-re.
LC - Artic tern (S. paradisaea) - mi. |A|

Tropicbirds

Loon
LC - Red-throated loon (G. stellata) - br. re.
LC - Black-throated loon (G. a. viridigularis) - br. re.
LC - Pacific loon (G. pacifica) - wn-re.
NT - Yellow-billed loon (G. adamsii) - wn-re.

Albatrosses
NT - Laysan albatross (P. immutabilis) - br. re.
NT - Black-footed albatross (P. nigripes) - br. re.
VU - Short-tailed albatross (P. albatrus) - br. re.

Southern storm-petrels

Northern storm-petrels
LC - Fork-tailed storm petrel (O. furcata) - br. re.
VU - Leach's storm petrel (O. leucorhoa) - br. re.
NT - Swinhoe's storm petrel (O. monorhis) - br. re.
LC - Band-rumped storm petrel (O. castro) - br. re.
NT - Tristram's storm petrel (O. tristrami) - br. re.

Shearwaters and petrels
LC - Northern fulmar (F. g. rodgersii) - br. re.
NT - Mottled petrel (P. inexpectata) - su-re.
VU - White-necked petrel (P. cervicalis) - re.
LC - Bonin petrel (P. hypoleuca) - br. re.
LC - Black-winged Petrel (P. nigripennis) - su-re.
LC - Bulwer's petrel (B. bulwerii) - (few)br. su-re.
NT - Streaked shearwater (C. leucomelas) - br. su-re.
NT - Flesh-footed shearwater (A. carneipes) - su-re.
VU - Buller's shearwater (A. bulleri) - su-re. |A|
NT - Sooty shearwater (A. grisea) - su-re.
LC - Short-tailed shearwater (A. tenuirostris) - su-re.

Storks
EN - Oriental stork (C. boyciana) - br. su-re.
LC - Black stork (C. nigra) - mi. |A|

Frigatebirds

Boobies and gannets
LC - Bering Gannet (M. Brandsii) - br. su-re. |E|

Cormorants and shags
LC - Red-faced cormorant (P. urile) - br. re.
LC - Pelagic cormorant (P. pelagicus) - br. re.
LC - Great cormorant (P. carbo) - br. re.
LC - Japanese cormorant (P. capillatus) - br. re.

Herons, egrets, and bitterns
LC - Eurasian bittern (B. stellaris) - br. su-re.
LC - Yellow bittern (I. sinensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Von Schrenck's bittern (I. eurhythmus) - br. su-re.
LC - Gray heron (A. c. jouyi) - br. re.
LC - Eastern great egret (A. a. modesta) - br. re.
LC - Intermediate egret (A. intermedia) - br. su-re.
LC - Little egret (E. garzetta) - br. su-re.
LC - Striated heron (B. striata) - br. su-re.
LC - Black-crowned night heron (N. nycticorax) - br. su-re.

Ibises and spoonbills
EN - Japanese crested ibis (N. nippon) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian spoonbill (P. leucorodia) - mi. |A|

Osprey
LC - Osprey (P. haliaetus) - br. re.

Hawks, eagles, and kites
VU - Steller's Sea Eagle (H. pelagicus) - br. re. |N.B. : largest population|
LC - Siberian Black Kite (Milvus Sibiricus) - br. re. |E|
LC - Black-eared kite (M. m. lineatus) - br. re.
LC - Nanakian Gray-Faced Buzzard (B. i. Septemtria) - br. re. |E|
LC - Grey-Faced Buzzard (B. indicus) - br. su-re.
LC - Japanese Golden Eagle (A. c. Japonica) - br. re.
LC - Siberian/Kamchatka Golden Eagle (A. c. kamtschatica) - br. re.
VU - Eastern Imperial Eagle (A. heliaca) - re. |A|
LC - Eastern Buzzard (B. japonicus) - br. su-re.
NT - Dojima Eastern Buzzard (B. j. Dojimae) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - White-Tailed Eagle (H. albicilla) - br. re.
LC - Common redshank (T. t. ussuriensis) - br. re.
LC - Crested honey buzzard (P. ptilorhynchus) - br. su-re.
LC - Japanese Hawk-eagle (N. n. orientalis) - br. re.
LC - Japanese Golden Eagle (A. c. japonica) - br. re.
LC - Siberian Golden Eagle (A. c. kamtschatica) - br. re.
LC - Eastern marsh harrier (C. soilonotus) - br. su-re.
LC - Hen harrier (C. cyaneus) - br. re.
LC - Pied harrier (C. melanoleucos) - mi. |A|
LC - Japanese sparrowhawk (A. gularis) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian Sparrowhawk (A. n. nisosimilis) - br. su-re. |N.B. : few re.|
LC - Northern goshawk (A. g. albidus) - br. su-re.
LC - Northern goshawk (A. g. fujiyamae) - br. re.
LC - Northern goshawk (A. g. schvedowi) - br. su-re.
LC - Rough-legged buzzard (B. lagopus) - wn-re.

Barn-owls

Owls
LC - Boreal Owl (A. f. Magnus) - br. re.
LC - Siberian Boreal Owl (A. f. Sibiricus) - br. re.
VU - Nanakian Boreal Owl (Budo Nanakae) - br. re. |E|
LC - Japanese scops owl (O. semitorques) - br. re.
LC - Oriental scops owl (O. s. japonicus) - br. su-re.
LC - Oriental scops owl (O. s. stictonotus) - br. su-re.
LC - Yakutian eagle-owl (B. b. jakutensis) - br. re.
LC - Ussuri eagle-owl (B. b. ussuriensis) - br. re.
EN - Blakiston's fish owl (B. b. blakistoni) - br. re.
LC - Ural Owl (S. uralensis) - br. re.
LC - Long-eared owl (A. otus) - br. re.
LC - Short-eared owl (A. flammeus) - br. re.
LC - Brown hawk-owl (N. scutulata) - br. su-re.

Hoopoes
LC - Eurasian hoopoe (U. epops) - br. su-re. |A|

Kingfishers
LC - Common kingfisher (A. a. bengalensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Crested kingfisher (M. lugubris) - br. re.

Bee-eaters

Rollers
LC - Oriental dollarbird (E. o. cyanocollis) - br. su-re.

Woodpeckers
LC - Eurasian wryneck (J. t. chinensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Eurasian three-toed woodpecker (P. tridactylus) - br. re.
LC - Japanese Pygmy Woodpecker (P. k. seebohmi) - br. re.
LC - White-backed woodpecker (D. l. subcirris) - br. re.
LC - White-backed woodpecker (D. l. leucotos) - br. re.
LC - Great spotted woodpecker (B. major) - br. re.
LC - Lesser spotted woodpecker (D. m. kamtschatkensis) - br. re.
LC - Lesser spotted woodpecker (D. m. immaculatus) - br. re.
LC - Lesser spotted woodpecker (D. m. amurensis) - br. re.
LC - Grey-headed woodpecker (P. c. jessoensis) - br. re.
LC - Black woodpecker (D. martius) - br. re.
NT - Nekodaka Red-Headed Woodpecker (Campephilus Nanakae) - br. re. |E|

Falcons and caracaras
LC - Common Kestrel (F. tinnunculus) - br. su-re.
LC - Common Kestrel (F. t. interstinctus) - br. su-re.
LC - Merlin (F. columbarius/a. pacificus) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian hobby (F. subbuteo) - br. su-re.
LC - Gryfalcon (F. rusticolus) - su-re.
LC - Peregrine Falcon (F. p. japonensis) - br. re.

Old World parrots

Pittas

Woodswallows

Cuckooshrikes

Shrikes
LC - Bull-headed shrike (L. bucephalus) - br. su-re.
LC - Brown Shrike (L. c. superciliosus) - br. su-re.
LC - Northern shrike (L. b. bianchii) - br. re.

Old World orioles
LC - Black-naped oriole (O. c. diffusus) - br. su-re.

Drongos

Monarch flycatchers

Crows, jays, and magpies
LC - Eurasian jay (G.g. brandtii) - br. re.
LC - Azure-winged magpie (C. cyanus) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian magpie (P. p. camtschatica) - br. re.
LC - Spotted nutcracker (N. c. japonica) - br. re.
LC - Rook (C. f. pastinator) - br. su-re.
LC - Eastern carrion crow (C. c. orientalis) - br. re.
LC - Northern Jungle Crow (C. m. japonensis) - br. re.

Bearded reedling

Larks
LC - Japanese Eurasian skylark (A. a. Japonica) - br. su-re.
LC - Kamtchatka Eurasian skylark (A. a. pekinensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Sakhalin Eurasian skylark (A. a. Ionnbergi) - br. su-re.
LC - Nanakian Eurasian sktlark (A. a. nauticæ) - br. su-re. |E|

Swallows
LC - Sand Martin (R. r. ijimae) - br. su-re.
LC - Sand Martin (R. r. riparia) - br. su-re.
LC - Barn swallow (H. r. gutturalis) - br. su-re.
LC - Red-rumped swallow (C. daurica) - br. su-re.
LC - Asian house martin (D. dasypus) - br. su-re.

Tits, chickadees, and titmice
LC - Coal Tit (P. ater) - br. re.
LC - Coal Tit (P. a. insularis) - br. re.
LC - Varied Tit (S. varius) - br. re.
LC - Brandsworth's Arctic Tit (P. arcticae) - br. re. |E|
LC - Marsh Tit (P. p. ernsti) - br. re.
LC - Marsh tit (P. p. hensoni) - br. re.
LC - willow-tit (P. m. kamtschatkensis) - br. re.
LC - willow tit (P. m. sachalinensis) - br. re.
LC - willow tit (P. m. restrictus) - br. re.
LC - Japanese tit (P. minor) - br. re.

Penduline-tits

Long-tailed tits
LC - Long-tailed tit (Ae. c. caudatus) - br. re.

Nuthatches
LC - Siberian nuthatch (S. arctia) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian nuthatch (S. e. clara) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian nuthatch (S. e. takatsukasai) - br. re.

Treecreepers
LC - Eurasian Treecreeper (C. f. orientalis) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian Treecreeper (C. f. nanakensis) - br. re.

Wrens
LC - Eurasian wren (T. t. fumigatus) - br. re.
LC - Eurasian wren (T. t. kurilensis) - wn-re.

Dippers
LC - Brown dipper (C. p. pallasii) - br. re.

Bulbuls
LC - Japanese Brown-eared bulbul (H. amaurotis) - br. re.

Kinglets
LC - Goldcrest (R. r. japonensis) - br. su-re.

Bush warblers and allies
LC - Asian stubtail (U. squameiceps) - br. su-re.
LC - Japanese bush warbler (H. d. riukiuensis) - br. su-re.

Leaf warblers
LC - Yellow-browed Warbler (P. inornatus) - br. su-re.
LC - Pallas's Leaf-warbler (P. proregulus) - br. su-re.
LC - Radde's Warbler (P. schwarzi) - br. su-re.
LC - Dusky Warbler (P. fuscatus) - br. su-re.
LC - Eastern Crowned Warbler (P. coronatus) - br. su-re.
LC - Sakhalin leaf warbler (P. borealoides) - br. su-re.
LC - Nanako leaf warbler (Phylloscopus Nanakensis) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Kamchatka leaf warbler (P. examinandus) - br. su-re.

Reed warblers and allies
LC - Black-browed Reed-warbler (A. bistrigiceps) - br. su-re.
LC - Oriental Reed-warbler (A. orientalis) - br. su-re.

Grassbirds and allies
LC - Sakhalin Grasshopper-warbler (L. amnicola) - br. su-re.
LC - Pallas's grasshopper-warbler (L. certhiola) - br. su-re.
LC - Middendorff's Grasshopper-warbler (L. ochotensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Lanceolated Warbler (L. l. hendersonii) - br. su-re.

Cisticolas and allies

Sylviid warblers

White-eyes, yuhinas, and allies
LC - Japanese White-eye (Z. japonicus) - br. su-re.

Laughingthrushes and allies

Old World flycatchers
LC - Grey-streaked Flycatcher (M. griseisticta) - br. su-re.
LC - Siberian Flycatcher (M. sibirica) - br. su-re.
LC - Asian Brown Flycatcher (M. dauurica) - br. su-re.
LC - Blue-and-white flycatcher (C. cyanomelana) - br. su-re.
LC - Rufous-tailed Robin (L. sibilans) - br. su-re.
LC - Japanese Robin (L. akahige) - br. su-re.
LC - Siberian Blue Robin (L. c. nechaevi) - br. su-re.
NT - Nanakian Bluethroat (Luscinia Kowalskii) - br. su-re.
LC - Siberian Rubythroat (C. calliope) - br. su-re.
LC - Orange-flanked Bush-robin (T. cyanurus) - br. su-re.
LC - Narcissus flycatcher (F. narcissina) - br. su-re.
LC - Mugimaki Flycatcher (F. mugimaki) - br. su-re.
LC - Red-throated Flycatcher (F. albicilla) - mi.
LC - Eastern Blue Rock-thrush (M. s. philippensis) - br. su-re.
LC - Siberian stonechat (S. maurus) - br. su-re.
LC - Arctic rock chat (Oenanthe septentrio) - br. su-re. |E|

Thrushes and allies
LC - White's Thrush (Z. a. aurea) - mi.
LC - White's Thrush (Z. a. toratugumi) - br. su-re.
LC - Sakhalin Thrush (G. s. davisoni) - br. su-re.
LC - Chesnut-spotted Nanako Thrush (Turdus maculatus) - br. su-re. |E|
LC - Japanese Thrush (T. cardis) - br. su-re.
LC - Eyebrowed Thrush (T. obscurus) - br. su-re.
LC - Brown-headed Thrush (T. chrysolaus) - br. su-re.
VU - Brandsworth's Izu thrush (T. nanakae) - br. su-re.
LC - Dusky Thrush (T. eunomus) - wn-re.

Wagtails and pipits
LC - Bering Sea yellow wagtail (M. t. Simillima)- br. su-re.
LC - Green-crowned yellow wagtail (M. t. taivana)- br. su-re.

Read dispatch

You are always welcome to join my region. I will always miss this place, but we have several members from here there now. You are all always welcome in the UOJ. My regards, I love this place and the people here.

The Vanu Sovereign wrote:You are always welcome to join my region. I will always miss this place, but we have several members from here there now. You are all always welcome in the UOJ. My regards, I love this place and the people here.

Me too.

I suppose I will have to find someplace new. I will miss this region a lot.

The UOJ is always looking for new members to join its ranks! I hate to see this region go down though even if I only spent about a month here.

If you wish to join the UOJ just TG:

- Me
- Overlord67

For the password

If you wish to join the regional discord then TG
The United Artherian Federation

(This is not meant to be an advertisement just a helping hand)

i killed the UNoE.

Hiram Land wrote:i killed the UNoE.

Nah, you left after it had mostly died.

Cobaltia is calling the regions it has embassies with into joining the Multiverse Defense Pact for N-Day. What say you?

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