Photographer's Note

Nesting: About the month April, the male Mister troglo builds several nests in foam balls in the roots or the cavities of the banks, the rocks, the trees or the rocks. After having visited each nest, Madam chooses more casing to lay 5 to 7 mottled white eggs there she will brood during a fifteen or so days. The young people leave nest 15 to 17 days after blossoming and its taken charges some by the male. Identification: By no means complexed by his tiny size, the nice Troglodyte is a bird pétulant and furtive which likes to be made hear. Drawn up on its legs, long fine nozzle and raised tail, eye under a marked eyebrow scans its territory. Brown coat on pale shirt, Troglo of its small name, surveys our gardens regularly. Who can observe attentively located his round silhouette. Resulting a family of 80 species, it is the only one representing of Troglodytidés in France. Formerly confused with the Gold crest, probably because of his size, the nice Troglodyte holds his name of his practice to attend the cavities.
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