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eurasian treecreeper

  1. Going up

    Going up

    One of the species that really gives me a thrill to see at our feeding station. The Eurasian Treecreeper is my favourite woodland bird. Here he is, having feasted on some peanut butter and is now making his way up to a fat log, which he also enjoys.
  2. Upside-down Living

    Upside-down Living

    Much to my delight a Eurasian Treecreeper has become a fairly regular visitor to the Mause feeders. For so many years I'd been unable to get even a half-decent picture of one. Now I seem to be doing a little better with this P900. They must have a strong grip to defy gravity in this way LOL...
  3. Eurasian Treecreeper

    Eurasian Treecreeper

  4. Eurasian treecreeper

    Eurasian treecreeper

  5. Eurasian treecreeper

    Eurasian treecreeper

  6. Eurasian treecreeper

    Eurasian treecreeper

  7. Eurasian Treecreeper

    Eurasian Treecreeper

    I was quite pleased with this close-up. Although, it was a bit of a cheat (it was trapped and ringed, so this was taken in the hand).
  8. Eurasian Treecreeper

    Eurasian Treecreeper

  9. Eurasian Treecreeper

    Eurasian Treecreeper

    As these are one of my favourite birds I thought I'd put another three images up.
  10. Eurasian treecreeper

    Eurasian treecreeper

  11. A record shot that's....

    A record shot that's....

    .... only suitable for Saturday Fun. I hardly ever get the chance to photograph Treecreepers and I do find them tricky at the best of times. However, my friend had seen one at the feeding station we go to so I was on high alert to see if he'd return... which he did this day. He showed well and...
  12. Eurasian treecreeper

    Eurasian treecreeper

  13. 01101001

    [Poland] Warsaw, 28.11

    small city park 1. sparrowhawk (dumpy--short neck, the size of a collared dove, horizontal barring together with a yellow eye) 2. the eastern race of Eurasian Treecreeper (long hind claw, uneven steps, long supercilium)
  14. Eurasian treecreeper

    Eurasian treecreeper

  15. Tree Creeper resting

    Tree Creeper resting

    This wee bird has been appearing briefly for a few days now but, today, it decided total its time and browse the snacks available on the tree right outside my window
  16. Eurasian treecreeper

    Eurasian treecreeper

  17. Tom St

    Short-toed or Eurasian Treecreeper in the Netherlands--Drents-Friese Wold

    Photos taken on 27th Feb 2021 in Drents-Friese Wold, Netherlands. I usually only ID treecreepers by voice. But in this instance, I happened to snap photos of one. Out of curiosity, I tried to confirm Short-toed (which is the default species in the Netherlands and which I heard singing on that...
  18. Common treecreeper

    Common treecreeper

    Guess I found a Common treecreeper last week. "Rectangular distal border of pale areas on the primaries", http://www.limicola.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Dateien_Limicola/Limicola_Dokumente/DaunichtBauml%C3%A4uferLimicola1991.pdf, p.56
  19. Eurasian Treecreeper

    Eurasian Treecreeper

  20. eurasian treecreeper

    eurasian treecreeper

    they only occur at higher altitudes here, where they replace the short-toed treecreeper
  21. 191- Certhia familiaris Eurasian Treecreeper- 6 mars 2020.jpg

    191- Certhia familiaris Eurasian Treecreeper- 6 mars 2020.jpg

    Grimpereau des bois - Certhia familiaris - Eurasian Treecreeper
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    1030271.jpg

    Tree Creeper
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    Eurasian treecreeper

  24. Tree Creeper_01.JPG

    Tree Creeper_01.JPG

    Tree Creeper
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    Eurasian treecreeper

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