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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

verb
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With my back to the window I could tell whether a nuthatch or a blue tit was feeding just from the sound: the blue tits with their tiny bills made gentle clicking noises as they pecked the nuts, the nuthatches with their more powerful bill made a much louder noise.
Nuthatches glean seeds and insects from cracks and furrows in older tree bark as they walk down a tree trunk head-first.
Sunflower seeds: bluebirds, buntings, cardinals, catbirds, chickadees, doves, finches, grosbeaks, jays, juncos, mockingbirds, nuthatches, pigeons, robins, siskins, sparrows, thrashers, titmice, towhees, woodpeckers
erythrocephalus), Northern Flickers (NOFL; Colaptes auratus), Red-breasted Nuthatches (RBNU; Sitta canadensis), and White-breasted Nuthatches (WBNU; S.
SORBUS Nuthatches, thrushes, waxwings & finches love to feast on this colourful shrub even in smallest gardens
More than 90 percent of the forest is not easily accessible to the public and there are still many pristine areas: Groves of yellow ponderosa at Big Cienega Springs; chaparral yucca jutting from the snow in the winters at Upper Tujunga; Lewis Falls cascading into a gorge; lupine, wild mustard and lipstick-red snow plants painting the landscape; great-horned owls, morning doves and white-breasted nuthatches hopping from tree to tree.
We installed a concrete birdbath (soon to be replaced by a more effective dripper), and began by planting an array of sunflowers, which attract chickadees, cardinals, titmice, nuthatches and buntings, as well as bees.
This study reports the results of an examination of two brown-headed nuthatches, Sitta pusilla Latham and a single C.
The most predominant species on burned sites were redheaded (Melanerpes erythrocephalus) (26%) and Lewis' woodpeckers (Melanerpes lewis) (53%), while the predominant species on unburned sites were red-breasted nuthatches (Sitta canadensis) (25%) and hairy woodpeckers (Picoides villous) (50%).
She asked him, "Why do nuthatches like us cling to trees upside down?
Tube feeders hold more food and help prevent seed from spilling out, and if they are not equipped with seed trays, attract smaller birds like chickadees, finches and nuthatches.
Stuffed Cones--for blue jays, nuthatches, cardinals, and woodpeckers
Bluebirds, titmice, nuthatches, chickadees, and other birds will eat peanut butter and birdseed.
Partly opened serotinous cones of Table Mountain pine also provide food for nuthatches, chickadees, and woodpeckers, which extract seeds from gaps between the cone scales.