Nuthatches are primarily found in coniferous woods.
Nuthatches creep head first down tree trunks searching for insects. They also eat the seeds of conifers (pine, spruce, fir) while probing the bark, leaves or needles. Nuthatches can crack nuts in shell and eat weed seeds above snow level in the winter.
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Nuthatches have a fascinating habit of going down trees upside down. In the winter Nuthatches concentrate primarily consume conifer seeds, hibernating insects, and insect larvae. Nuthatches will often store nuts and seeds in bark crevices for later consumption.
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