BROWN TREECREEPER FACTS
The Brown Treecreeper is a brown bird from eastern Australia. The upper parts are greyish brown and underside is streaked with dark and pale brown. The upper surface of the wings have a buff coloured band down the centre from body to near the wing tips that is visible in flight. There is a darker form that is found in far north Queensland that has much darker brown back and wings and top of the head.
eucalypt forest, open forest, woodland
insects, larvae and other invertebrates found on trees and logs
The nest is made of grass, bark, feathers and other material and is built in hollow of tree trunk or branch.
The Brown Treecreeper is found in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, and southeast South Australia
Map is from Atlas of Living Australia website at http://biocache.ala.org.au licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
|Common Name:||Brown Treecreeper|
Relatives in same Genus
White-browed Treecreeper (C. affinis)
Red-browed Treecreeper (C. erythrops)