Chris' Camera Bag
A Photo Web log by Chris Young
Hunting and gathering on a (very) small scale
I’ve seen white-breasted nuthatches head down a tree trunk headfirst any number of times.
But this is the first time I’ve seen Little Jack Horner pull out a plum.
This bird’s “plum” is a tasty insect pupa wedged deep in a crevice in the bark.
I’m most impressed with the way the nuthatch pushed its bill deep into the crevice to extract its prize.
Hats off to another successful hunter.
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