The birds key species are represented by breeding, wintering or resident species. Those birds species which have been observed only in passage during spring migration where not included in this list as they don’t contribute in the energy exchange system.
Day Raptors.
Accipitridae (buzzards): Buteo vulpinus, Buteo buteo, Buteo rufinus, Pernis apivorus.
Falconidae (falcons): Falco tinnunculus, Falco peregrinus.
Night raptors.
Strigidae (owls): Asio otus, Strix aluco.

Corvides: Corvus corax (raven), Pica pica (magpie), Garrulus glandarius (jay).
Sylviidae: Sylvia communis (common white throat)
Hirundinidae (Swallow and martins): Ptyonoprogne rupestris, Hirundo rustica.
Motacillidae (wagtails): Motacilla cinerea, Motacilla alba.
Laniidae (shrikes): Lanius collurio.
Sturnidae (starlings): Sturnus vulgaris.
Paridae (tits): Parus major, Poecile palustris.
Aegithalidae (tits): Aegithalos caudatus.
Picidae (Woodpeckers): Picus canus, Dendrocopos major.
Fringillidae (Finch): Carduelis cannabina, Carduelis carduelis.
Apodidae (swifts): Apus melba.
Muscicapidae (robins, stone chats and weathers) : Phoenicurus ochruros, Oenanthe oenanthe.
Ciconiidae (storks): Ciconia ciconia.