The Wet Woodland Bird Survey
Eurasian Treecreeper Certhia familiaris
||A small, well camouflaged, easily overlooked, shy, tree climbing bird. It
is streaked brown and buff above, with white eyebrows. The tail feathers have protruding
shafts. The underparts are white and it has a long and thin decurved bill.
||Soft seeping tsee-tsee.
||Woods, heaths, hedges and gardens.
||6 eggs in a cup-like nest behind bark. Incubation takes 14-15 days
and fledging takes 14-16 days.
1-2 broods per year; April-June.
|Location in Wet Woodland
||Seen in the cherry, stony, wet and oak areas. There are big trees in
these regions which contain a vast food supply.The birds were only seen climbing up tree
trunks feeding and calling.