Specii de păsări
Starling (Sturnus vulgaris)
It is a species found in many habitats: settlements, parks, forests, open areas with groups of trees, river meadows or rocks. Generally, it is a partially migratory species, as some flocks can move to other regions to feed while others remain during the winter in our country.
Red-backed shrike (Lanius collurio)
Preferă zonele agricole deschise cu tufişuri şi copaci izolaţi. Este oaspete de vară, putând fi văzut în perioada mai-septembrie.
House sparrow (Passer domesticus)
Prefers anthropic habitats, usually rural and urban settlements, but also isolated buildings. It is a sedentary species that can be seen throughout the year.
Barn swallow (Hirundo rustica)
Particularly prefers anthropic habitats, such as towns and villages. It can also be found around isolated buildings. It is a summer guest and can be seen during March-October.
House martin (Delichon urbica)
Prefers anthropic habitats, mostly rural localities. It is a summer guest and can be seen during April-October.
Eurasian collared dove (Streptopelia decaocto)
Is a species found in rural areas. It is a sedentary species which can be seen throughout the year.
Lesser grey shrike (Lanius minor)
Is characteristic for open farmlands with isolated bushes and trees. This shrike species breeds usually in colonies. The lesser grey shrike is a summer visitor and can be seen from May to September.
Yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella)
Nests in forests and hillside areas, but can also be found on farmlands or river meadows. As some flocks can migrate partially, the species can be seen here throughout the year.
Tawny pipit (Anthus campestris)
Is a species characteristic for open and arid, sandy areas with low vegetation. It also occurs in artificial areas, such as quarries, and at other times, areas with bushes and trees are preferred. It is a summer visitor, present in our country from April to September.