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Brown-headed Nuthatch         Sitta pusilla

The Brown-headed Nuthatch is a year-round resident of the southeastern states.  They are only found in pine flatwoods.

In Florida, this species is usually found in small flocks or family groups.  It is common in the panhandle, but its abundance decreases as one moves down the peninsula.  It occurs south to northern Monroe County.