Photo Credit: Bill Horn
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SCIENTIFIC NAME: Certhia americana

STATUS: Uncommon in winter, spring, and fall in Tennessee Valley and Mountain regions. In Gulf Coast region, uncommon in fall and rare in winter and spring. In Inland Coastal Plain, rare to uncommon in winter, spring, and fall. Low Conservation Concern.

HABITAT: Found in woodlands.