roams tree trunks.
|Scientific name||Sitta europaea|
|English name||Eurasian nuthatch|
|Classification details||Passeriformes Sittidae|
|Distribution||Widely distributed in Eurasia.|
A collar with a stocky silhouette that looks like it has no neck. Appears slightly larger than normal shellfish. The movement resembles that of a Japanese woodpecker.
The back is gray and the belly is white. The beak is lead colored. A black eye line runs from the beak.
It whispers in a high-pitched voice, "Beepee" and "Feefee".
Inhabit mountains and forests. It travels on tree trunks and eats arthropods. Builds nests in tree cavities and breeds. Sometimes mixed with other crustaceans.
I took a picture of him singing on a branch on the shore of Lake Kussharo, Hokkaido. It was ringing in a high-pitched voice. It stayed in one tree for a while, roaming the branches.
Introducing a picture of Eurasian nuthatch.