Ringing Reports

Members of the Station

Avian Ecology and Behaviour


Last updated:
7 November 2019

Julia Loshchagina

Born in 1991 in Moscow.


Scientific interest: hormonal regulation of bird migration and annual cycle, hormonal changes and the dynamics of leukogram parameters in passerine birds during migratory seasons.


  • 2017 ― present: researcher at the Institute of Geography RAS.
  • 2015–2017: research assistant at the Biological station Rybachy ZIN RAS.


  • 2008–2013 ― student at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Biology, Department of Vertebrate Zoology.
  • 2013–2016 ― PhD student at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Biology, Department of Vertebrate Zoology.

Expedition experience:

  • 2013 ― geese catching and ringing during spring migration in Kologriv (Kostroma region)
  • 2013–2014 ― investigation of the impact of mammalian and avian predators on nest survival in Arctic breeding waders at South-Eastern Taymyr (Krasnoyarsk region)
  • 2015 ― participation in the project of NIOO-KNAW (Netherlands) for study of Arctic breeding Barnacle Geese in Tobseda (Nenets Autonomous District)
  • 2016 ― geese catching and ringing on Kolguev Iceland (Nenets Autonomous District) as part of the Russian-German expedition of IG RAS
  • 2016 ― participation in the international program for ringing of Palearctic birds at Ngulia Lodge, Tsavo West National Park, Kenya

International conferences:

Antonevich A.L., Alekseeva G.S., Pavlova E.V., Loshchagina J.A., Erofeeva M.N., Naidenko S. 2013. Play development in three felid species. Behaviour 2013: joint meeting of 33rd International Ethological Conference (IEC) and the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB). Newcastle upon Tyne.

Loshchagina Y.A., Naidenko S.V. 2013. Physiological traits of kittens of different social status in domestic cat (Felis catus). 9th International Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics of Wildlife. Spree Druck Berlin GmbH.

Popovkina A., Soloviev M., Golovnyuk V., Loshchagina Y. 2015. The role of concealment by vegetation in nest survival in Arctic breeding waders. 10th conference of the European Ornithologists’ Union, Badajos, 24–28 august 2015.