Two new species appeared in the Hungarian avifauna in 2017: the Siberian Accentor and the Bonaparte’s Gull. A Siberian Accentor was observed and photographed at Surány near Pócsmegyer between 18th–29th January. A Bonaparte’s Gull was seen and photographed over Hortobágy Fishponds at Hortobágy on 14th April. With the observations of these species, the number of bird species known to occur in Hungary rose to 416.
A new species appeared in the Hungarian avifauna, the Black-shouldered Kite in 2012. The bird was staying in Fornapuszta (coordinate), near Csákvár (Fejér County), between August 22nd and 27th. The number of bird species which occurred in Hungary has risen to 406 with the observation of this species.
Three new species appeared in the Hungarian avifauna in 2013: the Black-throated Thrush, the Booted Warbler and the Caspian Plover. A Black-throated Thrush stayed at the Nagyerdõ, Debrecen between the 1st and 12th of March. A Booted Warbler was trapped and ringed at the Hortobágy Fishpond on the 25th of May. Finally, a Caspian Plover was observed near Kardoskút on the 15-17th of November. Thus the number of bird species known to occur in Hungary has increased to 409.
Two new species appeared in the Hungarian avifauna in 2014: the Spanish Sparrow and the Blyth’s Reed Warbler. One pair of Spanish Sparrow was breeding in Bácsborsód between June 13th and July 31st in the side of a stork nest. The Blyth’s Reed Warbler was trapped and ringed near Tömörd on August 15th. With the observations of these species the number of bird species that have ever been proven to occur in Hungary has risen to 411.
Two new species appeared in the Hungarian avifauna in 2016: the Rock Pipit and the Yellow-billed Loon. The Rock Pipit was trapped and ringed in the habitat reconstruction area (Borsodi-dűlő) near Fertőújlak on 10th October. The Yellow-billed Loon was seen and photographed on the Lake Balaton at Balatonföldvár, Szántód and Zamárdi on 3–13th December. The number of bird species which occurred in Hungary has risen to 414 with the occurrences of these species.