The White-Breasted Finchby Ellen DuBois on 02/11/19
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White-breasted Nuthatch "Many Massachusetts birds cling and crawl on the trunks of trees, but only the curious little nuthatches descend trees head-first. The name “nuthatch” comes from the way these birds deal with tough seeds. A nuthatch will wedge the seed into a bark crevice or branch crotch and use their chisel-like bill to “hatchet” the “nut” open."- Mass AudubonThanks for stopping by! Ellen
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