A bird that can reach heights of up to 37,000 feet, the Ruppell Vulture is the highest species in the bird kingdom.

 The common crane: Can reach altitudes over 30,000 feet and has successfully traversed the Himalayas.

The bar-headed goose is capable of soaring over Mount Everest and reaching an altitude of 29,000 feet above the ground.

There is a vocalisation that is linked with the whooping swan that is not just distinctive but also resonant.

The alpine chough: The highest nester in the world, with nests located at altitudes of 21,000 feet or higher

There is a large vulture known as the bearded beast that lives in the hilly regions of southern Europe.

Mallards are migratory ducks found in Europe and North America.Mallards are wild ducks that migrate between North America and Europe.

A species of bird that is both one of the most hardy and capable of reaching the highest altitudes in the world is the bar-tailed godwit.

The white stork: Primarily inhabits wetland environments and is known for its long legs and ability to wade in shallow water.

In certain parts of South America, the Andean condor is regarded as the animal that best represents the nation.