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Birds: Tree Trunk Climbers

Short-toed Treecreeper, an occasional visitor.

The treecreeper can be seen in woodland, spiralling up tree trunks and clinging to the bark with sharp claws. It pauses to seize insects with its fine, down-curved beak. The birdwatcher’s first impression of a treecreeper is of a small, … Continue reading

15. November 2011 by admin
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