White-Breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis) is a small songbird which breeds in old-growth woodland across much of temperate North America. It is a stocky bird, with a large head, short tail, powerful bill, and strong feet. The upperparts are pale blue-gray, and the face and underparts are white. It has a black cap and a chestnut lower belly.
White-Breasted Nuthatch forages for insects on trunks and branches and is able to move head-first down trees. Seeds form a substantial part of its winter diet, as do acorns and hickory nuts that were stored by the bird in the fall. The nest is in a hole in a tree, and the breeding pair may smear insects around the entrance as a deterrent to squirrels.
EXIF and other information
|Date and Time||2018-02-04 11:08:26|
|GPS Date and Time||2018-02-04 11:08:26|
|GPS Location||47.1173 N, -88.5607 E, 835 ft (Goolgle Map: Pin | Directions)|
|Lens||AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR|
|Focal Length||190.0 mm (35 mm equivalent: 190.0 mm)|
|Shutter Speed||1/1600 second(s)|
|Flash||Off, Did not fire|
|Hyperfocal Distance||429.10 m|
|Focus Distance||1.58 m|
|Depth of Field||0.010 m (1.580 - 1.590 m)|
|Field of View||9.5 deg (0.26 m)|