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Brown Tree-creeper

Climacteris picumnus


The Brown Treecreeper is the largest of Australia's treecreepers. It is mostly pale brown in plumage. Birds of northern Queensland are darker brown. The head, throat and upper breast are pale greyish-brown, while the lower breast and belly are strongly streaked with black and buff. In flight, a buff stripe can be seen in the wing.

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RachaelB 6 years ago

Thanks Mac. Amazing bird life over at Little Desert. Only halfway through my spottings :-)

MacChristiansen 6 years ago

Nice pics Rachael

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Victoria, Australia

Spotted on Nov 3, 2013
Submitted on Nov 10, 2013

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