Brown-headed nuthatches at United States osprey nest


This 8 August 2019 video from Georgia in the USA says about itself:

Brown-headed Nuthatches Make Noisy Appearance In Savannah – Aug. 8, 2019

Turn up your volume and listen to these rubber ducky soundalikes at the Savannah Osprey nest. Brown-headed Nuthatches are social birds that travel in noisy family groups. They can be found year-round in southeastern pine forests, where they scour tree trunks, branches, twigs, and pine needle clusters for tasty spiders and insects.

3 thoughts on “Brown-headed nuthatches at United States osprey nest

  1. There’s an endemic Bahama Nuthatch species on Grand Bahama only. There are small but specific differences to warrant separate status. It was feared extinct then a couple were found in dense scrub. It’s thought there are only max 6 left. If all are Male or Female, that will sadly be an end…

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  2. Pingback: Nuthatch, bluebirds at Georgia, USA osprey nest | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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