Birds are ubiquitous across Hârn and familiar to all. They are found in cities and keeps, in fields and hedgerows, in the wilds, forests, mountains, and shores. They range in size from the small wren with a wingspan of six inches to the northern eagle, which reaches nearly 20 feet tip to tip.
This bestiary article describes how birds are used by man (including falconry) and includes techniques for hunting and capturing birds. Illustrations, details and statistics are provided for two exceptional species, the Northern Eagle and Dreadwalker, as well as for six classes of birds: Eagles, Hawks, Falcons, Owls, Large Scavengers, and Small Scavengers. Also includes Auks, Gulls, Bustards, Songbirds, Waterfowl, Gamebirds, Pigeons, and other domesticated birds, etc.