Aquileaf eggs are each in separate nests to prevent territorial conflict when they hatch. They are covered by leaves to blend into trees, bushes, pile of leaves, or wherever they are.
Aquileaves are swift and cunning creatures. They hunt with their sharp, menacing claws and can fly long distances without having to take a rest. If attacked, an Aquileaf will not hesitate to respond with equal force.
During autumn, Aquileaves' wings and other leaf-like feathers turn a brilliant shade of yellow, orange, and red. During spring, flowers bloom on their head. During summer, the feathers turn a bright shade of green. And finally during winter, the feathers seem to fall off and wilt.
Unlike other birds, they need to hibernate until spring because they cannot fly to migrate.