The loud note of the nuthatch, seeming to be out of proportion to the size of the bird is, by no means, its only note.
A red streak flashed down the limb on which the nuthatch was working.
Mr. Fowler tells a story of an English nuthatch who is almost the same as one of ours.
Audubon made some most interesting observations on the nuthatch.
He was hardly out of sight when the nuthatch was tapping again at his door.
(b) Does the nuthatch usually frequent the bole or the twigs of a tree?
Probably the note of the first song sparrow or first bluebird, or the spring call of the nuthatch, sounded in unison.
It is the nuthatch and not the woodpecker that hops up and down and around the trees.
The nuthatch has no spines on its tail, because it can move in all directions, as well with head down as with head up.
The yellow woodpecker and the nuthatch were hovering about the gardens and fields, where 53 numbers were collected together.