This bird knows how to camouflage

The Mississippi National River and Recreation Area recently shared a picture of a bird that has mastered the art of camouflage.

The feathered creature is called the Brown Creeper and, as the recreation area notes in a Facebook post, these tiny birds are wonderfully camouflaged when they're living up to their names of creeping around trees looking for food in the cracks and crevices of trees.

While the creatures are described as being rather common, they often go unnoticed because of their spectacularly successful camouflage.

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