Not only birds. Today I have prefered the butterflies, I will put three of the photographed here today (A cannon fire with the lens 400). Macroglossum stellatarum with its spectacular flight, rather like a hummingbird. It is a moth, but very daytime so we can check. It is distributed by Central and Southern Europe and Northeast Africa and Central Asia, it is immigration, and can reach even the polar regions.
The following is the Iphiclides podalirius, is distributed virtually throughout Europe and its flight period is from March to October.
Then I caught (photographically) to a Charaxes jasius, is distributed only on the coastal Mediterranean region (also in the province of Caceres by what we see) and has two periods of flight, in May-June and mid-August in mid October.