My Visitor: Brown-headed Nuthatch

Brown – headed Nuthatch


The Brown-headed Nuthatch (Sitta pusilla) is a small songbird found in pine forests throughout the Southeastern United States. Bold and inquisitive, this bird is readily approachable by humans. The bird is frequently observed using a small chip of bark held in its beak as a tool to dig for insects


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11 thoughts on “My Visitor: Brown-headed Nuthatch

    • It’s a wonderful thought to know that my bird photos have a soothing effect on you. I should thank you for being such a loyal follower. Thanks again Julie! 🙂

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