Acrobatic Great Spotted Woodpecker

Flaggspetten er en ikke helt ukjent fugl i norsk fauna, men – den er mindre enn den kan gi inntrykk av. I størrelse ligger den omtrent på nivå av en vanlig svarttrost.
Men akrobatisk er den! Det er praktisk talt ingen grenser for hvordan den kan klore seg fast, henge i ett bein, opp-ned eller hva som ellers må til for å skaffe seg et måltid.
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The Great Spotted Woodpeckers are by no means a rare occurance in the Norwegian fauna, however most people imagine it to be somewhat larger than it really is. In size it’s about on the same level as a common blackbird.
But acrobatic it is! There seems to be no limits to how it may clench to a trunk, twig, hang by one leg, up-down in order to get something edible. Whatever it takes!
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6 Responses to Acrobatic Great Spotted Woodpecker

  1. -Eugenia says:

    I rarely see woodpeckers here, however, I heard one recently with his rat-a-tat-tat. I kept trying to see him but to no avail. They are very interesting birds.

  2. utesmile says:

    That is an incredible bird and so beautiful. We had some of those in our apple tree in Germany!

  3. Seenorway says:

    Jeg skulle bare ønske at jeg hadde hatt det samme kameraet som jeg har idag! Da hadde det nok blitt enda litt bedre!

  4. Leyla says:

    Fantastisk flotte og detaljerte bilder! Man ser jo hver en liten detalj på fuglen 🙂

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