GENERATED BURNING BALABAN WAS SEEN IN KARAMAN The endangered bittern bird was seen in Karaman.
Stating that he was shy about the bird species he saw for the first time, Mehmet Çivit said that he saw the bittern bird on the road to Tarlaören Village in the Gökçe Çamlığı region, where he went for a trek with his family.
Mehmet Çivit, who encountered the bittern bird, which is a wild bird, said, "We approached the bird with hesitation at first. When we saw that there is a different species not seen in this region, it drew our attention.
We did not know which species the bird belongs to. In our research on the photograph, we realized that it is a bitter bitter bird.
It was thought that the species of Balaban bird was extinct, but in recent years, it has started to be seen in different provinces in our country. This bird (Botaurus stellaris) is a bird species belonging to the herons (Ardeidae) family.
It is a big stocky brown bird. It is very similar to Botaurus lentiginosus. It has a length of 69–81 cm and a wingspan of 100–130 cm. Usually solitary, hunting fish and amphibians. If it feels seen, it stands still. It is most active at dawn and sunset. They migrate south from areas where water freezes in winter.