The bato-bato does not fly as gracefully as the bird whose identity i am yet to nail down. The bato-bato is heavy and its tail is not cut into two. It’s a less efficient flyer unlike the common pigeon.
When over the fields, the maya flies low. The bird in question flies high. I feel like it’s a
The bats are high flyers as well as the little unidentified birds. They can maintain flight on a windy day for up to about the height of a nine-story building.
There is another bird which looks like a woodpecker and another big one like the heron but whose feathers are brown and is stouter. This is the sikling.