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Lesser spotted woodpecker

Lesser spotted woodpecker (Dryobates minor).

The next little bird.

It is only 14 cm big.

They are lonely, but in the breeding season they are in pairs.

They feed on insects and insect larvae.

They are very similar to the big woodpeckers, but are significantly smaller.

As I watched her, she was climbing very tenderly on the branches.

At one point he stood with his head down, and in the next he walked fast across the top.

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Written by Georgi Tsachev

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