White-tailed eagle -  Haliaeetus albicilla

The white-tailed eagle is an imposing eagle that lives mainly in the wetlands of Thrace. There it feeds on waterfowl and nests in over-mature, water-side trees, such as poplars, where it gives birth to 1-2 young. Frequently, it uses forests adjacent to wetlands to spend the night or to look out for food.