Upside-down Tree Walker

I recently spotted a small, blue and white bird quickly moving about the trunk and limbs of a nearby maple tree. Fortunately, I had my camera and took several photos. Afterwards, I wondered what kind of bird this was. I did some quick Googling and found out it is a White-Breasted Nuthatch. Some refer to the bird as “an upside-down tree walker.” I was happy to have taken a photo with the fast-moving bird in that position. It wan’t easy getting the bird in focus because of how quickly it flitted about. But, my Fuji X-T30 with 55-200mm lens did a good job.

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