Northern Lapwing (Vanellus Vanellus) is particularly widespread in Western Europe but we can also find it in Middle Russia, in Japan, in Southern China and in Northern coastal of Africa. That breed prefers marshy and open areas as swamps with low water levels, lagoons and also rivers shores. It loves relaxed areas where it feels secure because it is a gregarious and very suspicious Wading Birds breed. In according to its nature, sometimes it can nest in the same place of the last year. Northern Lapwing (Vanellus Vanellus) mainly eats insects, worms and small shellfishes which are captured pecking fast on the ground. With nuptial acts as birdsong or a flight male chooses a suitable place for nesting. After mating, both parents inspect the ground but finally is female that chooses the hole where the nest will be build. Eggs of Northern Lapwing (Vanellus Vanellus) are elongated, brownish and spotted on the surface. Those are lay inside a little hole on the ground and are incubated for about 3-4 weeks by both parents. Babies are especially looked after by female but also male keeps them under. Northern Lapwing (Vanellus Vanellus) is easily to recognized because of the unmistakable tuft which is particularly sharp and up-facing. Tuft is usually used to drive away predators because when bird is in position tuft seems a up-facing beak, very dangerous for everybody who wants to near. Wings and back have a dark green color but they also extremely brilliant, whereas belly is white and neck has a dark color that usually tends to black. Head has that peculiar tuft and cheeks are white whereas the forward part till throat is black. Paws are long and red-orange. Northern Lapwing (Vanellus Vanellus) males and females are rather similar. The only feature that distinguishes each other is the tuft which is sharper in males than in females.