Black woodpecker nests saved


This video is about a black woodpecker nest in Sweden.

Translated from Dutch news agency ANP today:

There will be no construction of a bypass road around the Gelderland village ‘t Harde, because that would disturb the habitat of the black woodpecker. Ecological research has shown that in the nature reserve two breeding pairs of this species occur.

So says the province of Gelderland, which today scrapped the bypass road plans.

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