A small, Eurasian passerine bird (Tichodroma muraria) with red-and-black wings, living in cliffs and town walls: in the same family (Sittidae) as the nuthatches.
Webster's New World
Wallcreeper Sentence Examples
As characteristic birds of the snow-region may be mentioned the alpine chough (Pyrrhocorax alpinus), which is frequently seen at the summits even of the loftiest mountains, the alpine swift (Cypselus melba), the wallcreeper (Tichodroma muraria), snow-finch (Montifringilla nivalis) and ptarmigan (Lagopus mutus); the geographical distribution of this last being similar to that of the mountain hare.
This area also offers one chance of finding the crimson-winged wallcreeper - no mean feat in a landscape so vast.
We saw a wallcreeper on the southeast facing cliffs soon after dawn.
We have a good chance of seeing the elusive wallcreeper here, flirting its wings like a big crimson-winged butterfly.
This area also offers one chance of finding the crimson-winged Wallcreeper - no mean feat in a landscape so vast.