brown creeper

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Synonyms for brown creeper

a common creeper in North America with a down-curved bill

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Spatial point processes and Brown Creeper (Certhia mnericana): Estimating habitat use of a silvicultural experiment [thesis].
It is, however, stated that large praying mantids have the ability to kill small birds like hummingbirds and brown creepers. Recently, passerine birds trapped in mist nets have also been reported as occasional prey for mantids (Copete 2006).
"There's a brown creeper right at that `Keep Oregon Green' sign,' ' he said, motioning toward a nearby tree.
Some, such as the brown creeper, are lured by the insect population and then nest beneath strips of loose bark.
yellow-bellied sapsucker, black-capped chickadee, brown creeper, winter wren, golden-crowned kinglet, and ruby-crowned kinglet).
If his ears are good, he'll hear the high-pitched, soft foraging calls of kinglets and brown creepers looking for spiders and other arthropods under the bark of tree trunks.
Placed in tube-shaped, metal-mesh feeders, peanuts will entice woodpeckers, jays, chickadees, titmice, bushtits, nuthatches, brown creepers, wrens, kinglets, Northern mockingbirds, brown thrashers, starlings, and yellowrumped and pine warblers.
Hike with our expert and you can see Hermit Thrushes and Brown Creepers and maybe an early bird or two arriving.