Wrynecks and woodpeckers (Picidae)
Where to see them
The wryneck is still a regular autumn migrant in small numbers to sites in eastern and southern coasts, and a few are seen each spring. Occasionally seen in gardens in autumn.
When to see them
Best looked for on autumn passage in August and September but can be seen in spring, usually May.
What they eat
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