Cemetery birds

Today, at the cemetery, a robin on a tombstone.

And a blue tit hanging on a leafy twig.

I heard two more bird species: great spotted woodpecker, calling and hammering; and nuthatch whistling. I didn’t see; they were probably at the wrong side of the trees.

This video says about itself:

Seen at the butterfly garden at Waalre, the Netherlands: the European nuthatch (Sitta europaea).

Bird lovers see roaming cats as a major threat to many species: here.

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