Wester marsh harrier
Common name: Wester marsh harrier
Scientific name: Circus aeruginosus
Nutrition: Fishes, frogs, lizards, insects, eggs and birds, little mammals, in particular rats and voles.
Features: Whereas the male has unique chromatic shades, brown feathers, reddish mantle, light grey wings and tail, the female has a more uniform brown plumage, the yellow head, clearly visible, which is added to a characteristic collar of facial feathers common to both genders.
Curiosity: The male of the western marsh harrier proposes to the partner several nests, prepared by it, among which the female will choose the definitive place that will host the brood.