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Although common, the Treecreeper Certhia familiaris has superb camouflage against rough tree bark, and is not often seen as it climbs mouse-like up the trunk of a tree. Treecreepers only move in a upward direction on the tree and will fly or hop down again staying within a small territory. They nest in crevices in the bark and line it with spider webs, moss and feathers.

Photograph by Hilary Tann

About Hilary Tann

Hilary lives in the Peak District of Derbyshire and enjoys its variety of landscapes and habitats. She believes it is essential to develop an understanding of the behaviour of your subject and hopefully anticipate its movements to achieve a successful photograph.

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