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Andresen analysed the presence of wild birds in the literary writings of the writer Aquilino Ribeiro (1885-1963).
Among these literary rare species there is an extinct species in Portugal (the bearded vulture, Gypaetus barbatus, mentioned by Aquilino Ribeiro).
The most impressive literary description of its habitat and behaviour comes from Aquilino Ribeiro (Aldeia 1946), from one of his own observations in the northeast of unit nr.
Aquilino Ribeiro ('A Mina de Diamantes' 1958) locates the lesser kestrel in his native region, comparing the main character's behaviour with its flight, 'higher than the kestrels in Serra da Nave'.
* Aquilino Ribeiro describes its arrival on the table lands located in the south of unit nr.