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Lark (Alauda arvensis). In addition to hunting and poaching, many lowland birds are affected by agricultural pollution.

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Chaffinch (Fringilla celebes male: it is often the victim of poachers for the cooking of "typical" dishes.

Champignon hen (Tetrax tetrax). Belongs to a group of birds, bustards, spread to the tropics. In Italy it lives only in Sardinia and in Puglia.

Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos). They are among the most common and hunted ducks. They also suffer from the destruction of wetlands.

Robin (Erithacus rubecula): it is often caught with cruel methods such as mistletoe or small traps that break its legs.

Poiana (Buteo buteo). It is a rather widespread falconiform, which is not difficult to see even in the Italian skies. It feeds mainly on rodents.

Storno (Sturnus vulgaris): one of the few species in slight increase, above all because it often takes refuge in the cities to escape the rifles of the hunters.

Bittern (Botaurus stellaris). It is a rather shy and very mimetic heron: in fact the hunters hit it if they "mistake" it for a specimen of other species.

Song thrush (Turdus philomelos): one of the most melodious and varied song species.

Common turtle dove (Streptopelia turtur). Despite the name, it is no longer widespread. Many specimens are killed during migrations, one of the most delicate moments in a bird's life.

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