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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Nuthatch live?

The Nuthatch is a small bird that belongs to the genus Sitta.
It lives in various habitats that have trees, such as deciduous woodlands, coniferous or other evergreen forests, and other wooded areas.
The Nuthatch can be found in many regions of the Northern Hemisphere, especially in Asia, Europe, and North America.
Some species of Nuthatch have very restricted ranges and are endangered by habitat loss and deforestation.

What does the Nuthatch look like?

The nuthatch is a small bird with a big personality.
It has a blue-grey back and a white belly, with a chestnut patch on its flanks and under its tail.
It also has a black stripe across its eye and a long, pointed bill that it uses to crack nuts and seeds.
Unlike most birds, the nuthatch can climb down trees headfirst, thanks to its strong feet and claws.
It makes loud, simple calls to mark its territory and attract mates.

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