Female black woodpecker making nest, video


This video from the Netherlands says about itself (translated):

24 March 2015

This female black woodpecker is chopping a new nest in a tree. The nests of black woodpeckers typically have large oval entrances. When the woodpeckers will have finished breeding, then the nest will be reused by pine martens and barn owls. Filmed by Bram Siertsema.

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