tree creeper

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Synonyms for tree creeper

any of various small insectivorous birds of the northern hemisphere that climb up a tree trunk supporting themselves on stiff tail feathers and their feet

any of numerous South American and Central American birds with a curved bill and stiffened tail feathers that climb and feed like woodpeckers

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Tree Creeper carries the colours of Sue Williams, whose name is synonymous with Turnell stalwarts like Tree Tangle and Country Member.
They include common and honey buzzard, cuckoo, curlew, dipper, goosander, goshawk, great spotted woodpecker, kingfisher, peregrine, sand martin, spotted and pied flycatcher, tawny owl, tree creeper, willow and wood warbler and raven.
This is my list, verified in all instances by my husband: house sparrow, hedge sparrow, blackbird, mistle thrush (no song thrush), starling, wren, robin, nuthatch, tree creeper, great spotted woodpecker, tawny owl, sparrow hawk, green woodpecker, blue tit, great tit, long tailed tit, coal tit, green finch, chaffinch, gold finch, bull finch, pied wagtail, redpoll, blackcap, wood pigeon, collared dove, Canada goose, mallard duck, swift, swallow, house martin, herring gull, lesser blackbacked gull, black headed gull, heron, gold crest, magpie, jay, crow, jackdaw, redwing, field fare.
Jamie Goldstein reached 20 winners for the season, riding a double on Winsford Hill and Tree Creeper.
A tree creeper has also been seen on several occasions up at the cemetery and may come wandering with the long-tailed tits.
I have seen kingfishers, herons, mallard, wrens, thrushes, blackbirds, magpies, a sandpiper, tree creeper, fieldfare, greenfinch, goldfinch, green woodpecker, sparrowhawk, and many more.
Tree Creeper, who takes on Gris d'Estruval in the Jack O'Newbury Novices' Chase, and Too Plush, who runs in the North Sydmonton Handicap Chase, represent his best chances.
Woodland walks and waterfalls, this is a wildlife lover's dream, with an abundance of birds including buzzards, dippers, jays, chaffinches, tree creepers and much more.
Many of these plants are survivors of the original Victorian garden and their berries benefit the 150 species of bird, that the RSPB have recorded in the garden, from tree creepers to buzzards.
The vast array of insect life found in the oak tree means that of all British trees, it supplies the most food for birds such as tits and tree creepers.
During the summer, visitors may be able to spot kingfishers and sand martins and a number of woodland birds, such as nuthatches and tree creepers.