Northern Hawk Owl

The Northern Hawk Owl or is a medium-sized true owl of the northern latitudes. The northern hawk-owl feeds on a variety of prey, which can include small rodents to mammals more robust in size, and a variety of birds. The northern hawk-owl is a partially diurnal hunter, although it has been recorded hunting at varying times and does not appear to have a preferred hunting time. The northern hawk-owl is considered a falconry bird in Ontario, and may be used to hunt small game with a proper license.

Eurasian Wren

The Eurasian Wren or northern wren is a very small insectivorous bird, and the only member of the wren family Troglodytidae found in Eurasia and Africa. It is the lightest bird in Britain.

Mute Swan

The mute swan is a species of swan and a member of the waterfowl family Anatidae. It is native to much of Eurosiberia, and (as a rare winter visitor) the far north of Africa. Adults of this large swan typically range from 140 to 160 cm long, although can range in extreme cases from 125 to 170 cm, with a 200 to 240 cm wingspan.

California Quail

The California quail, also known as the California valley quail or Valley quail, is a small ground-dwelling bird in the New World quail family. They are year-round residents. 

Woolly Necked Stork

The woolly-necked stork or white-necked stork is a large wading bird from the stork family Ciconiidae. It is a widespread tropical species which breeds in Asia, from India to Indonesia, and across much of Western, Eastern and South-central Africa. The woolly-necked stork walks slowly and steadily on the ground seeking its prey, which like that of most of its relatives, consists of amphibians, reptiles and insects.

Tawny Fish Owl

The tawny fish owl is a fish owl species in the family known as Strigidae. It is native from southern Nepal to Bangladesh, Vietnam and China. The tawny fish owl's territorial call is a deep whoo-hoo. It also makes a cat-like meow. Their prey includes  brown tree frog, Asiatic toad, freshwater crabs, shrimps and fish. They are also known to take down water birds. These birds are highly territorial.

Great Grey Owl

The great grey owl is a very large owl, documented as the world's largest species of owl by length. These birds wait, listen, and watch for prey, then swoop down; they also may fly low through open areas in search of prey. They have excellent hearing, and may locate and capture prey moving beneath 2.0 ft of snow in a series of tunnels solely with that sense. They then can crash to a snow depth roughly equal to their own body size to grab their prey. They hunt large rodents, small mammals and large birds. They are the alpha predators.

Cape Vulture

The Cape vulture or Cape griffon, also known as "Kolbe's vulture", is an Old World vulture in the family Accipitridae. It is endemic to southern Africa, and lives mainly in South Africa. Mainly a carrion feeder. The Cape vulture has been declining steadily since at least the 1980s, now vulnerable. It has a wingspan of 7 ft 5 in – 8 ft 6 in.


The tufted puffin, also known as crested puffin, is a relatively abundant medium-sized pelagic seabird in the auk family, found throughout the North Pacific Ocean. Tufted puffins feed on a variety of fish and marine invertebrates, which they catch by diving from the surface. Tufted puffins are preyed upon by various avian raptors such as snowy owls, bald eagles and peregrine falcons, and mammals like the Arctic fox.

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