“SAPSUCKER” на російській мові



Red-naped Sapsuckers are the most common sapsucker in deciduous and streamside forests, especially in and around aspen, cottonwood, and willow.

But by far the most fascinating character of this group was the red-breasted sapsucker .

They pierce the base of a flower to get at the nectar, and visit woodpecker and sapsucker holes for tree sap.

A small woodpecker flew into a tree above me, and when I saw its slender profile and long bill, I thought it must be a sapsucker .

They also eat other insects and some fruit, and they visit sapsucker wells to feed on the sap.