Woodpecker nest at the cemetery?


This video from Britain says about itself:

Video of a greater spotted woodpecker nest at Reddish Vale Country Park, May 2012.

Today, at the cemetery, a female great spotted woodpecker disappeared into a hole in a tree. Though we waited, she did not come out again. So, probably, a woodpecker nest there.

We looked at another tree, where there had been a nuthatch nest in an earlier year, but did not see any activity there now. We did hear nuthatch sounds.

Also chiffchaff. And robin.

Blue tit.

Great tits looking for insects in a coniferous tree.

A blackbird.

A jay on a tombstone.

A magpie.

Male and female chaffinch.

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