Ospuny are raptors: birds of prey who use their talons and beaks to catch food. They have dark markings around their eyes, which reduce glare from the sun during flight. Ospuny have a keen sense of sight; they can detect prey from high altitudes.The body of Ospuny is white, while their wings are darker grey. Ospuny's curved beak (designed for tearing) is the same colour. Around their necks, Ospuny have an ascot of dull yellow, the same colour as the feet. Ospuny's talons are black and have a light curve to them. They are so sharp that smaller prey die upon impact.
Beyond the ruffled feathers around the head, Ospuny do not have plumage that is bright, or (physically, not in terms of colour) sticks out. Superfluous layers of feathers (often used by other birds to attract mates) increase drag during flight. Ospuny, on the other hand, are built for speed. Their flight is exceptionally silent, and they are capable of diving from steep highs to surprise a meal.
Ospuny have no gender differences.
Ospuny enjoy long flights and making tricky maneuvers while in the air. In addition, they like detecting small, moving targets to catch or startle. Some trainers make a game out of this to keep their Ospuny stimulated and healthy.
Ospuny tend to be more playful than their higher-stage counterparts. Ospuny generally do not live in flocks. But, while young, they remain close to their parents. Ospuny chicks develop quickly, learning to fly within days. To build the endurance to fly in harsh conditions, Ospuny spend long hours practicing their gliding and diving. While doing this, they are able to hone their eyesight to detect movement on the ground. Unlike Osprowl and Ospredator, Ospuny are sociable. They are willing to compete with other Ospuny for leisure's sake. This attitude naturally-occurring; playing games encourages Ospuny to build their wing strength. For inexperienced trainers, this means it is easier to train Ospuny, rather than attempt to tame one of their higher evolutions.
Ospuny live in nests originally constructed by their parents. They are constructed from large branches, leaves, and tall stalks of grass.
Ospuny have downy feathers, but rarely make a fuss about preening. They prefer to let their feathers naturally grow and fall out.