What do woodpeckers eat in the winter?
- Dolganina, of course.
- the same as in summer
- In winter, the woodpecker, as a rule, eats seeds of pine and spruce, which again does "professionally" - brings bumps to a specially equipped "smithy", where it is convenient to "disembowel" them. This bird has a businesslike effect on the feeding troughs: it cuts bacon and bread, busily inspects the nets with products hung out of windows, reveals milk bags, and feeds on all sorts of food waste.
- Berries and livestock under the bark of trees
- He eats coniferous seeds. Having torn off the cone from the branch, the woodpecker wedges it in the anvil with a natural or hollowed out niche, and then methodically opens the scales and consumes the seeds. A whole heap of processed cones is formed under the trees, in the trunks of which the elaborately carved grooves of different calibers pounding cones of coniferous trees.
- Seed conifers - hollow cones