Mountains with rough and uneven shapes, crossed by wide valleys, are the undisputed kingdom of the golden eagle, which nests on Mount Tepilora. At altitudes lower than a few hundred metres, a deer population wanders among the holm oaks and cork oaks. They are the most characteristic rare species to inhabit the state forest of Sos Littos Sas Tumbas. They're not alone though, as the area is also a home, within a well-defined space, to a colony of mouflons, protagonists of a repopulation activity. Furthermore, you can see wild boars, wild cats, hares, martens and foxes, while there are peregrine falcons, sparrowhawks and buzzards circling in the sky, and it is not uncommon to spot the Barbary partridge and the wood pigeon.