There are both migratory and sedentary birds in the Republic of Mari El. The family of strokes, duck and tsapers, hawklings are represented here. There are a lot of birds that choose: to stay for the winter or fly to warmer climes. Among them there are rhubarbatches and waxwoods. They eat berries, but it all depends on the crop in a particular year. There are rare species in the region, such as black stork and golden eagle. In general, the diet of birds consists of fish and meat, as there are many hawks and falcons in the republic that love to eat freshly caught fish or other small birds.
The rest of the birds Mari El
Great Gray Owl
Lesser spotted woodpecker
Great spotted woodpecker
Thus, Mari El is rich in both predators and herbivorous birds. Many migrate and settle in remote areas: the British Isles, the Mediterranean and Spain. About sixty species live here on a permanent basis, from all the usual pigeons to sparrows. Ducks sometimes remain due to warm sewer drains. Birds have adapted well to life next to humans, and therefore many have become synotropic due to the fact that it is easy to feed in these parts even in cold winters.