Cities are losing their green spaces. However, birds also live in the concrete jungle. Trees and open space disappear. Therefore, birds are forced to adapt to the artificial environment.
The group of urban birds includes species that depend on humans. Most of the species that live in the city are scavengers, although other species are found in parks, suburban areas, and nest in buildings.
On average, urban bird populations have grown by 25% over the past three decades. It includes permanent city dwellers and short distance migrant birds.
City Swallow (Voronok)
barn swallow (killer whale)
Pukhlyak (Brown-headed Gadget)
Great spotted woodpecker
Other types of city birds
Middle spotted woodpecker
Lesser spotted woodpecker
Shchur (Finnish parrot) red male