Redwings and great spotted woodpecker


This is a video about a singing redwing in Sweden.

Today, to the cemetery. On a tree, a great spotted woodpecker; and a jay.

In the far end of the cemetery, nuthatch and greenfinch sounds.

As we walked back, a carrion crow in a tree. Next to it, a redwing. On a branch a bit further, two other redwings.

First, the crow flew away. Then, one redwing. Then, another redwing. Finally, the last redwing.

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