Jay – Garrulus glandarius

Jay – Garrulus glandarius

Hunters avoid jays, this forest watch, which, upon seeing a man or a predator, emits alarming screams - creaky and hoarse "shrak-schrak", warning not only his fellow men, but also of all the inhabitants of the forest. W …

Raven – Corvus corax

Raven – Corvus corax

The corvids are the largest birds of the passerine order. They are distinguished by high "intelligence" manifested by great caution and distrust, and the ability to imitate the voice of other animals or humans. The raven lives in Europe (except for the central regions), part of Asia and Africa …

Fieldfare – Turdus pilaris

Fieldfare – Turdus pilaris

Some species belonging to the order of passerines are considered feathered game. Kwiczoły and lampoons are shot e.g.. for perfect meat, and crows and magpies, as harmful species, to prevent them from robbing the eggs and broods of other birds. …

Tawny Owl – Strix aluco

Tawny Owl – Strix aluco

From the end of January, if winter is not too hard, you can hear hoots coming from the parks, thickets, cemeteries or alleys. It is a mating song for the tawny owl resembling the sound of an ocarina and consisting of a series of sounds ,,u-u… lub „u-u-u-u-u . There is …