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nuthouse

and nut factory and nut-foundry and nuthatch
n. an insane asylum. The teacher spent three years in the nuthouse. When did you get out of the nut factory?

nuthatch

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The Nuthatch has not only distinctive markings including a black eyestripe, it also has its own way of feeding by always facing downwards.
The red-breasted nuthatch lives throughout much of the United States and Canada.
To date, I've had great spotted woodpecker, nuthatch, goldfinch, siskin and even a bullfinch on my bird table.
There are several way marked walks where you might even encounter the Northern Hairy Wood Ant and birds such as the gold crest and nuthatch.
Among her most memorable moments: the sight of a tiny nuthatch zinging past her and drilling straight into a tree hole without so much as a pause, or the time she watched an eagle feed a fish to its young nesting in the crotch of a cottonwood tree.
Nuthatch (John Oxx/Wally Swinburn) is bound for the Derby after trouncing Hail The Pirates (Vincent O'Brien/Thomas Murphy) in the Nijinsky Stakes at Leopardstown.
I am hoping that a nuthatch will alight on my wrist, and there will be a little message neatly tied to its leg.
It's better news if you're a Nuthatch or a Red Kite, both of which are spreading east and north.
For those in the market for a larger property, there is the spacious three-bedroom Nuthatch, which starts from PS189,950.
Kruper's Nuthatch (Sitta krueperi) is an endemic species strictly confined to coniferous forests (Lohrl 1988, Cramp and Perrins 1993, Harrap and Quinn 1996, Hagemeijer and Blair 1997, Matthysen 1998, Albayrak and Erdogan 2005a) whose range is mainly restricted to Anatolia, Lesvos Island, and the Caucasian region (BirdLife International 2004; Albayrak and Erdogan 2005a, b; Albayrak et al.
Watching a greenfinch expertly removing the husk from a sunflower seed using just its sharp beak, or a chisel-beaked nuthatch expertly chipping away at a peanut at close range gives you a privileged insight into how they go about their most important task at this time of year - eating.
THIS is the incredible moment a nuthatch is caught admiring its reflection in a pool of still water.
There's a guided walk of the park, plus a chance to make a bird feeder, and watch the birds visiting the feeders - they're expecting siskin, nuthatch, goldcrest, jay and great spotted woodpeckers.
Populations jumped by 10% over the 13-year-period, with the number of nuthatch and great spotted woodpeckers more than doubling.
We saw a nuthatch in Stewart Park which I had not seen before and a lesser spotted woodpecker at Albert Park.