Origin of tree creeper
Origin of creeper
Examples from the Web for tree creeper
Historical Examples of tree creeper
This species displaces the Himalayan tree-creeper in the Eastern Himalayas.
Only once have I seen that other cosmopolitan, the tree-creeper, in the garden.In a Cheshire Garden
Still, the brown patch on the wing of the Tree-Creeper is conspicuous as it flies.An Australian Bird Book
John Albert Leach
The only member of this family common about our hill stations is the Himalayan tree-creeper (Certhia himalayana).
Another little bird which, during the winter, associates with the tit-mice, is the tree-creeper.Birds in Flight
W. P. Pycraft
Old English creopera "one who creeps," agent noun from creep (v.). Also see creep (n.). Meaning "lice" is from 1570s; of certain birds from 1660s; of certain plants from 1620s.