From the fauna of our reserve

One of the permanent residents of Keshikchidagh caves complex is hawks. The hawk is much larger than a pigeon. The back, wings and tail are bluish gray, and the abdomen is light in color and has transverse patterns. The patterns on the chest are drop-shaped. The “mustache” is bright black, the legs are yellow. Falcons live and breed in the highlands. There are sedentary, wintering and migrant populations. Appears in the nest area in late February-March. Uses the same slot for a long time. It lays 2-3 eggs in April, usually 2 puppies. In August, the chicks appear. The main prey is birds: pigeons, partridges, vultures, ducks in winter, geese, etc. He hunts by hunting his prey from the air.