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Well the breeding season for Lesser Spots is over for this year.

Thanks to everyone who contributed sightings and nest information this year and also to those of you who searched in vain. Lesser Spots really are elusive birds when it comes to finding their nests.

As a result, we have good information on 13 nests and several more breeding attempts. This is far more than in previous years – so a success.

Ken and Linda Smith are now compiling and analysing all the data and we will post a full report and acknowledgements to all contributors in the next few weeks.

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Don't confuse juvenile Great Spotted Woodpeckers with male Lesser Spots - they both have red caps!

Dont confuse your woodpeckers

Newsletters

To download our newletters and articles, please use the links below:

2019 Newsletter - Breeding Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers in 2019

2018 Newsletter - Lesser Spotted Woodpecker Nest Recording in 2018

2017 LSW Newsletter

Lesser Spots at Lincoln 2015-2016

2016 LSW Newsletter

2015 LSW Newsletter

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