There is an infinite number of animals that meander under the Iberian nights; all of them working under the same premise: to eat without being eaten. With their senses especially designed to function in total darkness, these night creatures have developed ingenious mechanisms of attack, defense and communication. Thus converting the realm of darkness into a battlefield that tests the most skilled and stealthy. A strictly nocturnal animal, is the Eagle owls. The Iberian peninsula is the westernmost habitat of the Eagle owl, the most powerful nocturnal bird of prey on the planet, which inhabits Europe, North Africa and Asia. They’re viciously territorial and they nest both in warm Mediterranean mounts and riverside badlands, as in deciduous forests and abrupt mountain ranges. Eagle owl is an unrivaled super predator.