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Asian Desert Warbler in Uzbekistan: Photo by James Kennerley

Welcome to our guide to the birds of Uzbekistan! This Central Asian country boasts a rich tapestry of landscapes, from the expansive deserts of the Kyzylkum and Karakum to the fertile river valleys of the Amu Darya and Syr Darya. These diverse habitats support a range of bird species, making Uzbekistan a rewarding destination for birdwatchers. In this section, you’ll explore our curated guides that highlight the avian wonders of Uzbekistan. From the elegant flight of the Eastern Imperial Eagle in the mountains to the colorful sight of the European Bee-eater in the steppe, Uzbekistan’s birdlife offers a captivating glimpse into the country’s natural beauty. Whether you’re observing waterbirds in the wetlands around the Aral Sea or exploring the forests of the Nuratau Mountains, we invite you to delve into our guides and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Uzbek birds.