Treecreeper - Certhia familiaris Certhia familiaris


Size: 4.5 inches (12 cm)
Habitat: Broad-leaved woodland
Feeding: Insects and spiders
Eggs: 6 white eggs speckled with red-brown laid April to June, incubation 15 days




The treecreeper is very well camouflaged and quite difficult to spot. It is mottled brown on the back with white underparts. It has a long tail and a sharp curved beak.

It is usually to be found creeping up the bark of trees looking for insects.

Treecreeper - Certhia familiaris

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