Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Brown Creeper

The Brown Creeper (Scientific name: Certhia americana) is a small bird found in the woodlands across North America. They particularly like large trees and can be seen moving up the trunk of a tree in a spiral pattern. They are small birds with spine tipped tails and slim bodies and decurved bills. They are streaked brown and buff on top with white underparts. They have a noticeable stripe over the eye.  The photo was taken in September 2014 in Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C.

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