Northern flickers in nestbox in the USA


This video from the USA says about itself:

25 June 2016

Yellow-Shafted Northern Flicker male and female are raising 3 or 4 babies in a Screech Owl nest box. This short documentary shows how they communicate and take care of the nestlings, using the Kyeer calls and intimate Wuck-Wuck calls and remove the fecal sacs of the chicks to keep the nest box clean.

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