A single glance upward revealed that this was another of the silent migrants,—a brown creeper!
The spines in the quills in the tails of woodpeckers, and in the brown creeper, are other cases in point.
Still the brown creeper seems to be constantly in activity, and hunts most diligently for the insects it feeds upon.
As my eyes grew accustomed to the dim light, I saw that my old friend, the brown creeper, was the musician.
The one member of the family in this country is called the brown creeper.
Do you remember how the little brown creeper propped himself against the tree when he looked for insects?
The purple finch was there likewise, and the Carolina wren and brown creeper.
In late fall this band is often joined by the golden-crowned kinglet and the brown creeper.
This Warbler is thinner, with a slender bill that curves a little down, like the brown creeper's.
The wire-drawn warble of the brown creeper follows the singer up and down the deeply corrugated trunks.