Nightjars are medium-sized nocturnal or crepuscular birds in the family Caprimulgidae, characterized by long wings, short legs and very short bills. Nightjars are very beautiful and unique birds.
They are sometimes referred to as goatsuckers, as they were often seen in fields together with goats and sheep, and the myth was born that they were there to suck milk from the teats of goats (the Latin word for goat-sucker or goat-milker is Caprimulgus). However, instead they fed on the insects that were attracted to livestock. In the past, night-flying birds - such as the nightjars - were suspected of witchery.
You can print your "Goatsucker vase" and find a lot of ways how to use it. Larger size nightjar will be great for flowers keeping. You can use it in bathroom for tooth brush keeping.