The eagleowl has a large size, measuring 52 cm long and weighs more than 5 kg. It can be seen in the woods, always near water.
The nightingale is a small bird with 15-16cm long. It is light brown, except the little red tail and off-white below. The nightingale sings usually at night, but sometimes during the day. The song of the nightingale, has been described as one of the most beautiful sounds in nature.
The egret is a bird that lives in flocks and can be seen in rivers and lakes. They hunt frogs and fishes.
The goldfinch is a small bird, about the size of 13 cm, with about 20 grams. At the time of mating, goldfinches separate, uniting after the coming of their chicks.
The owl possesses nocturnal habits and a silent flight due the structure of feathers, feeding on small mammals, insects and spiders. They swallow their meals completely, and then vomit hairballs and bone fragments.
The hawk differs from the other birds of prey for being the most developed on the flight speed, facilitated by the sharp and thin wings, favoring the hunt in open spaces.
The kingfishers are small/medium-sized birds, with a colorful plumage and a short neck, with a fairly large head in relation to body and a long strong beak.
The eagle is a large carnivore bird of prey of great visual acuity. Their main prey are rabbits, squirrels, snakes, prairie dogs and other animals, especially small rodents.