The shy eurasian bullfinch prefers to forage very close to cover.
They are frequent visitors to backyard feeders, especially those containing niger seeds.
One of the most invasive species in the world
Its scientific name, lagopus, is Ancient Greek for “hare” and “foot,” referring to its feathered feet and toes.
They feed on tree sap!
It interbreeds with the pine bunting
The short-eared owl is one of the most widespread owl species in the world, covering five continents.
They feign death by making their bodies limp and closing their eyes.
There are around 7,000 different species!
Most closely related to the Sheep!
The male nightingale has one of the most complex and sophisticated verbal sounds in the entire animal kingdom
There are around 2,000 known species!
Wolves are apex predators that travel in packs and are essential for the health of most ecosystems
The falcon is faster than any other animal on earth, both on land and in the air
Some species are thought to carry a weak venom!