There are numerous paths that you can undertake on foot, by bike or on horseback, in search of the typical plants of the Mediterranean scrub such as myrtle, laurel, holm oak, strawberry trees or mastic, as well as various species of orchids. The fauna is particularly rich: ungulates such as wild boar and roe deer are the most easily sighted species, but you can also find fallow deer, porcupines, foxes, badgers, hares and the European red squirrel. The avifauna is rich in birds of prey such as owls, barn owls, tawny owls and buzzards, as well as those of the bushes such as woodpeckers, turtledoves and jays. Thousands of wood pigeons have wintered in the Scornabecci Garden for years now, using it as a dormitory meaning that at dawn on cold winter mornings, you can admire the magnificent movements of the flocks made up of hundreds of wood pigeons, flying towards the foraging areas. Recently, evidence of wolves has also been sighted and documented.