"One of the few birds found almost exclusively in the United States, the Brown-headed Nuthatch is restricted to the pine forests of the southeastern states. A small but declining population is also found in the Bahamas."-Cornell Lab Ornithology
Its call was a little bit like a mouse. I do not normally see this bird at my feeders. When I do, he lands at the top and goes down the tube feeders head first, gets a seed and flies away, rarely getting more than one or two seeds eaten while on the feeder.