Birds register the highest number of species in the reserve, up to 100 presently living and migrating through the reserve. For this section, we've included the latin species name to help clarify as the list is quite extensive. Of them, some are highly endangered and included in the IUCN's red book. Below are some of the most important species. (All photos below are taken on the reserve).

• The White-tailed Eagle (лат. Haliaeetus albicilla) (Red book)
• Honey-buzzard (Pernis apivorus)
• (Lat. Circaetus gallicus) (Red book)
• Osprey (lat. Pandion haliaetus) (Red book)
• The Ural Owl (Strix uralensis) (Red book)
• Northern Goshawk (Lat. Accipiter gentilis)
• The Eurasian Sparrowhawk (Lat. Aceipiter nisus)
• The Brown Hawk-Owl (Lat. Ninox novaeseelandiae)
• Rohrweihe-Eurasian or Western Marsh Harrier (Lat. Circus aeruginosas).
• Northern Harrier (Lat. Circus cyaneus)
• The Oriental Dollarbird (Lat. Eurystomus orientalis) (Red book)
• The Blue-and-white Flycatcher (Lat. Cyanoptila cyanomelana)
• Himalayan Cuckoo (Lat. Cuculus saturatus)
• Common Cuckoo (Lat. Cuculus canorus)
• Malaysian Hawk-Cuckoo (Lat. Hierococcyx fugax)
• Blue Rock Thrush (Lat. Monticola solitarius)
• The Common Rock Thrush (Lat. Monticola saxatilis)
• Eurasian three-toed woodpecker (Lat. Picoides tridactylus)
• Great Spotted Woodpecker (Lat. Dendrocopos major)
• Middle Spotted Woodpecker (Lat. Dendrocopos medius)
• Black Woodpecker (Lat. Dryocopus martius)
• Mandarin Duck (Lat. Aix galericulata) (Red book)
• Falcated Duck (Lat. Anas falcata)