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Old Tuesday 16th April 2019, 07:46   #1
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Which owl ? N. Sweden

Hello.

Eurasian Pygmy Owl or Tengmalm's Owl?

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Tengmalm's.
Thank you !

It looked too small for Tengmalms, the hole is only 5x8 cm.

But it looks more like Tengmalms.

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Thank you !

It looked too small for Tengmalms, the hole is only 5x8 cm.

But it looks more like Tengmalms.

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they are smaller than you might think
usually nesting in black woodpecker holes, so the entrance into the nesting box can't be too small..
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they are smaller than you might think
usually nesting in black woodpecker holes, so the entrance into the nesting box can't be too small..
Yes, so it is !

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