January 21, 2016

White Breasted Nuthatch


WooFDriver was able to capture photos of these beautiful White Breasted Nuthatches(Sitta Carolinensis) while watching for wildlife! They are very agile, hopping along tree trunks and large branches looking for beetles, tree hoppers, scale insects, ants, fly larvae, caterpillars, spiders and stinkbugs! They use their straight and pointed bills to probe into the tree’s bark to forage. You can find them at the edges of woodlands and in open areas with large trees.

All About Birds Website to learn more about this bird

Enjoy this photo album of these Nuthatches that WooFDriver has captured!
White Breasted Nuthatch


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