Observed several times on foot paths and dirt roads around Kinda Camp.
Our resident major spotted woodpecker flew with a stick in its beak to the cherry tree where it was hammering the trunk and using the stick to probe for prey.
I've never seen something like this before, but apparently it is not unheard of:
Ho does a ménage à trois work in hermaphrodites?
Only heard vocalizing.
Grey-headed Woodpecker (Picus canus) seems less likely based on general distribution, and also based on local observations:
Lower mandible found along roadside - I guess it's a Genet.
- from condyle to front of mandible (alveolus of canine): 64 mm
- from angular process to front of mandible (alveolus of canine): 71 mm
- from front of first premolar to back of molar (remaining teeth): 27.6 mm
Beetle in the lower left of 1st picture looks like Tenebrio molitor.
On trunk of Platanus tree
Getting ready for the night.