Is it unusual to see a Treecreeper washing/cleaning in a brook?
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as an identification and people will agree it for you. All birds need to drink and bathe in order to keep their feathers in good condition. However, I've never observed a Treecreeper doing this
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Yes as Gary has kindly pointed out pop in Treecreeper and add a latin name and you will have and ID that will help you get your second Star !!
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Was quite nice to see, was stood a metre away and wasn't bothered I was there!
Lat/Lng: 51.3811, -2.4106
OS grid ref: ST715647