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A very well camouflaged bird next to the bark of a tree where they spend most of their time, Treecreepers have distinctive long curved bills and long, pointed tails.

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Much like the name suggests, you will most often find Treecreepers 'creeping' along the trunks of trees. Treecreepers often start at the bottom of a tree and climb their up, spiraling around the tree before moving onto the next one. Similar in habitat to the Nuthatch, these fascinating birds are almost always found in woodlands.