Easily observed in this habitat are water birds in relation to their dietary requirements, reproductive etc, attending the mud or medium-high water. Among these the pink flamingos, la Garzetta, il Falco pescatore, il Cormorano, la pettegola etc.
The reed is an association or fragmiteto plant consists predominantly of Common Reed (Phragmites australis) growing along the banks of bodies of fresh or brackish water. We observe it along the Strait of Aiedda and along the other bodies of fresh water in the Reserve.
The reed, for the density of its formation,it is an ideal habitat for many marsh birds who find food, shelter and nesting sites for some conditions such as Pendolino, Cannaiola, Gallinella d’acqua, Cannareccione etc.