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A secretive and often overlooked bird of woodland habitats.


 

 

Photograph by: 
Tony Furnell

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Common Name Treecreeper
Scientific Name Certhia familiaris
Status Occasional
Interest Level
2
Species Family Other Small Land Birds
Visible
  • 01 - January
  • 02 - February
  • 03 - March
  • 04 - April
  • 05 - May
  • 06 - June
  • 07 - July
  • 08 - August
  • 09 - September
  • 10 - October
  • 11 - November
  • 12 - December
Preferred Environment
  • Woodland - broadleaf
  • Woodland - conifer
Look for A small bird climbing the bark of trees
Additional Identification Notes
  • Allthough I have seen them in conifers they are more usually seen in deciduous woodland habitats
  • Quite often you will see them fly between trees, down from one ready to start the climb up another
  • They always climb upwards whereas nuthatches can climb down tree trunks