Wryneck Animal Pictures

Jynx torquilla and Jynx ruficollis

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wryneck on the spring apple tree

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Wrynecks are most likely monogamous and mate for life, and the breeding season runs from April to June.

The bird holds ants and ant larvae in its beak. Eurasian wryneck or northern wryneck (Jynx torquilla).

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Ants are their primary prey, but they also consume beetles, larvae, spiders, moths, and woodlice.

Eurasian Wrynecks
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