“Birds” Hall presents the species diversity of the Bulgarian ornithofauna. The species are located in artificially recreated typical habitats. This is achieved by intermingling various elements imitating the natural components. Trees, lakes, rocks and different types of vegetation give the overall vision of the hall.
It features 249 species, which are almost all species found on the territory of the country. Some very rare species for Bulgaria – three-toed woodpecker, wallcreeper, greater spotted eagle, saker falcon, Imperial eagle, common crane, black vulture or those already extinct, such as the great bustard and the bearded vulture.