A Three-toed Woodpecker is looking for food in the
Fiby Urskog Nature
Reserve, an old-growth natural forrest in Uppland Sweden on a sunny
Friday the 25. of April 2005.
If you want to se a this guy you should go to Sweden, all-though it
must be mentioned that it took four hours of searching to find it, and
information, a Swedish guy we met there in the depth of the forrest,
claimed he had been there more than a 100 times in wain not finding
He went home that day as a happier person and so did we. Anyway
chances are better here than in Denmark where Three-toed Woodpeckers remains unseen since 1988.
The Fiby Urskog is a nature Reserve, a slice of Sweedish forrest left
to its own, untouched and without interference from human activities, it
consists of threes in all different stages of life., from seed to
creating habitats for a long range of insects, mosses and otherwise
seldomly seen birds, like the Thee-toed woodpecker.