Distribution: northern China, Europe, from Northwest Africa to the Middle East and Middle Asia
The Great Bustard is 100cm long. It dwells in broad prairies and wild fields. Sometimes it goes in and out of hushes. They fly slowly low in the sky. They are omnivorous. In spring, the males gather together at the same place and seek a partner. The females are responsible for building the nest and looking after the fledglings.
They receive first grade national protection.