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From Missouri Conservationist: Feb 2002

White Breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis)

image of NuthatchWhite-breasted nuthatches live in woodlands and suburban residential areas throughout Missouri. They move up and down tree trunks, often upside-down, while foraging for insects. Nuthatches visit bird feeders to eat sunflower seeds and suet.



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