Eversmann's Redstart Phoenicurus erythronotus

Eversmann's Redstart male
Rufous-backed Redstart male
Eversmann's Redstart
Eversmann's Redstart, also called the Rufous-backed Redstart, is native to mountain forests of Central Asia and southern Siberia. It winters south of the Himalayas.
Eversmann's Redstart female
Eversmann's Redstart male
Eversmann's Redstart juvenile
The photo above left is of the female; above centre is a distant, poor photo of the male in spring with white wing bar (top row also male, autumn) and above right is a juvenile showing its rufous back and white-edged wing feathers.
Eversmann's Redstart female Female
Eversmann's Redstart male Male
Eversmann's Redstart juvenile Juvenile
Photos were taken in Kazakhstan, all by Alexandra Makhnina except the one poor distant photo of the spring male.
Rufous-backed Redstart chick The little-known racket-tailed redstart
Eversmann's Redstart chick
Eversmann's Redstart chick
This Eversmann's chick looks much like a baby robin and has yet to develop its rufous back.