Conservation status

The IUCN considers two species Endangered, two species Vulnerable, and two species Near Threatened. The Algerian nuthatch (Sitta ledanti) of Algeria is Endangered, as is the white-browed nuthatch (S. victoriae) of Myanmar. Vulnerable species are the giant nuthatch (S. magna) of Myanmar, Thailand, and adjacent China; and the beautiful nuthatch (S. formosa) of India, Bhutan, Myanmar, southern China, and Laos. Near Threatened species include the Yunnan nuthatch (S. yunnanensis) of southwestern China; the yellow-billed nuthatch (S. solangiae) of Vietnam and southeastern China.

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