How many wild bisons are there in Europe and where are they found?
Which bird would you not usually find in the wild a Blackbird or Chaffinch or Galah or Green Woodpecker?
This would depend entirely upon the country. Galahs, for example, are very common in the wild in Australia. The European green woodpecker is common in many countries of Europe and Asia, and the chaffinch is also commonly seen in the wild in many European countries. Blackbirds are also found in many countries of the world, living in the wild.
Europe has a surprisingly diverse range of wildlife watching possibilities. The Lynx, though very rare, can be found in the forests of northern Scandinavia and the coastal wetlands of southern Spain and many places in between. Bears are still be found across most of Europe; Wild boar, deer, moose, otters, beavers, Mountain goats, Pine martens, polecats, wolverines and even bison can all still be found.