These bird-folk come in many varieties and live in all parts of the world. They are some of the most numerous of the beastmen, alongside saurians. There exist various types of avians, including - but not limited to - ravens, crows, eagles, hawks, falcons, vultures, and owls. The less ominous bird-shifters, namely songbirds, became sirens.
Usually dwelling in the mountains, the eagle-men hunt alone, while groups of crow and vulture men scavenge for food in large, terrifying flocks. The nature of avian culture is a mystery, as they generally roost high along mountains and in other areas that men cannot easily reach.