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Camouflage at its best.
Woodland forest habitat.
Woodland habitat along the Hennepin Canal.
Front Yard Feeder
Mixed woodland, close to creek.
Bird with prey.
mixed in with Kinglets
Curved bill, brown on upperparts, white on underparts, bright white eyebrow.
Climbing up tree.
Even in the center of this photo, the Brown Creeper,
In Palo Duro Canyon State Park.
Tiny with long, thin tail and thin, curved bill. Creeping habits, mottled ...
North Pond, Chicago, IL
2nd image is not rotated wrong, it's actually on the branch in that position.
Spotted at Cotton Lake, Minnesota.
Back of the bird is like the color of tree bark.
Woodland close to a river.
Upper body looks like tree bark. whit under belly
Brown spotty colors
Tiny and quick. Brown body that blends in with tree bark. Curved bill.
Brown, streaky back with long, thin, curved bill. Feeds by creeping up tree ...
Single Brown Creeper feeding on up and down oak trees.
Tiny woodpecker like bird scurrying around deciduous trees. Brown streaked top ...
Brown, blend in with tree bark.
About the size of a nuthatch, colored as shown. Note curved bill.
The only member of its family in North America, the petite
Adults are brown on the upper parts with light spotting, resembling a piece of ...
Greyish brown bird spiraling up a basswood.
small woodland tree climbing bird that climbs upward through tree limbs. Has a ...
The brown creeper is a small songbird and the only bird in North America that ...
Not the best shot but it's all I could get.
Distinctive in habits and morphology, the Brown Creeper is a small, ...