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    Early ornithologists called this species the Black-and-White Creeper or Creeping Warbler (Mniotilta varia). Constantly in motion, in searches for insects on bark, moving along head up like a creeper or down like a nuthatch, it has a brisk, sibilant song, usually a string of high-pitched double syllables—weesee, weesee, weesee, weesee.

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