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Azure nuthatch (Sitta azurea) - Google Search

Azure nuthatch (Sitta azurea) - Google Search

Woodland Trust note cards - nuthatch Love this typical pose, pointing down the tree

Woodland Trust note cards - nuthatch love this typical pose, pointing down the tree

White-breasted nuthatch is the only North American nuthatch usually found in deciduous trees

White-Breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis) breeds across much of temperate North America

White-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis) breeds across much of temperate North America from Southern Canada to Northern Florida and South to Mexico

White-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis) breeds across much of temperate North America from Southern Canada to Northern Florida and South to Mexico

The red-breasted nuthatch is an extremely active little bird that spends most of its life in the northern coniferous forests. It differs from the white-breasted nuthatch by its small size, 4 1/2 inches, is chunkier in appearance, and has red-brown underparts. This nuthatch is the only North American nuthatch with a broad black line through the eye and a white line above it.

The Red-breasted Nuthatch is an extremely active little bird that spends most of its life in the northern coniferous forests. It differs from the white-breasted nuthatch by its small size.

Brown-headed Nuthatch pair

Brown-headed Nuthatch pair - I love the way these tiny birds sound like squeaky toys.

Red-breasted Nuthatch Not our usual nuthatch! Fall and winter visitor. 10/11/12 4/21/13

One of my favourite woodland birds, and here's a fact if you see a bird going down a tree trunk it will be a nuthatch.

White-breasted Nuthatch

White-breasted Nuthatch / agile birds that creep along trunks and large branches, probing into bark furrows with their straight, pointed bills. Like other nuthatches, they often turn sideways and upside down on vertical surfaces as they forage.

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White-breasted Nuthatch>I see these birds all the time.They are one of those little song birds that will eat bird seed right out of your hand.

White Breasted Nuthatch -- I've seen these before. Their 'yank-yank!' call is pretty distinctive, but since they're rather tiny birds (not tiny as in chickadee-size, but still small), I can still have difficulty finding them even if I know they're there.

White Breasted Nuthatch -- Ive seen these before. Their yank-yank! call is pretty distinctive, but since theyre rather tiny birds (not tiny as in chickadee-size, but still small), I can still have difficulty finding them even if I know theyre there.

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