The Treecreeper, as the name suggests, is a creeper that is found creeping up the bark of a tree, sometimes found on walls, very rarely on the ground, as it finds it very difficult to walk.  The Treecreeper has mottled brown back, wings, tails, face and cap with the underside being white.  The Treecreeper has a small but curved beak and there are an estimated 200,000 pairs resident in the UK.

Length: 12.5cm (5in)

Wingspan: 18-21cm (7-8½in)

Weight: 8-12g (¼-½oz)

Average Life: 2-3 years



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