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Order: Passeriformes Family: Sittidae Genus: Sitta Species: pusilla
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This bird has been reportedly found in the following regions:
Mableton, Georgia Concord, North Carolina Kannapolis, North Carolina Mooresville, North Carolina Pinehurst, North Carolina Summerville, South Carolina Member Notes:
Positive mtk40 On Jan 28, 2011, mtk40 from Pinehurst, NC wrote:
A pair have been visiting my porch feeders for over a week. We have a stand of old longleaf pines in our area..
Positive Hemophobic On Oct 19, 2011, Hemophobic from Kannapolis, NC wrote:
I'm delighted to spot and identify this bird as now being in our yard. It has been frequenting the birdfeeders we have in the yard and I have not seen it before this fall.
Positive themikesmom On Jan 10, 2013, themikesmom from Concord, NC wrote:
These are very neat little birds. They look like tiny blue-grey colored wrens with a brown cap on their head. This brown cap is how we identified them, as the similar gnatcatcher has a black cap instead of a brown one. This is the first year we have ever seen these coming to our yard and bird feeder.
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Timer: 17.66 jiffies (0.17658400535583).