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Eurasian nutcracker (Nucifraga caryocatactes).

Eurasian nutcracker (Nucifraga caryocatactes). 

The length of its body is about 32-35 cm, slightly smaller than a dove. 

Its plumage is dark brown, streaked with small white specks except feathers on its wings. 

It is found in the coniferous forests of Europe and Asia. In Bulgaria they are usually found high in the mountains. 

Here is a clip of how to shoot a Eurasian nutcracker.

Otherwise, they are greedy like all birds 🙂 

But apparently they are really hungry now, because they usually hide food, and now they just eat!


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Written by Georgi Tsachev

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