Brown Creeper – Reflections of the Natural World

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WHAT’S IN A NAME

Brown Creeper Certhia americana
Name Roots: (L. certhius, “a climber”– American)

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PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Brown Creeper grownups are brown on the upper parts with light finding, looking like a piece of tree bark, with white underparts. They have a long thin costs with a small down curve and a long stiff tail utilized for assistance as the bird sneaks upwards.

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DISTRIBUTION & & OCCURENCE IN THE SIERRA NEVADA

The Brown Creeper is a Common Year-Round Resident of the Sierra Nevada in the Lower and Upper Montane biotic zones.

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CONSERVATION STATUS —IUCN Red List Category

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The Brown Creeper (BRCR) is categorized as Least Concern by the IUCN (The IUCN describes Certhia americana as the American Treecreeper.)

Redlist Classification Justification: This types has an exceptionally big variety, the population pattern seems increasing, and the population size is incredibly big. For these factors the types is examined as Least Concern. (DataZone BRCR Link)

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