Birds and prey in the forest

Sebastian Greger

A walk through the forest in late May — a story of birds and prey in pictures

Peek-a-boo: it’s been for over a week that a constant tweeting could be heard from this hole in the tree. By now, the young woodpeckers are old enough to occasionally look out the window…

…to look out for their food delivery.

This blackbird has collected an impressive amount of worms and caterpillars to feed the offspring.

This inchworm got away this time. Moving along a wire fence, the colours of its legs are particularly impressive — they look like jello.

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