Treecreepers are found throughout the forests and woodlands of Central America and temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. Short-toed (C. brachydactyla), Eurasian (C. familiaris), rusty-flanked (C. nipalensis), brown-throated (C. discolor), and bar-tailed treecreepers are found in Europe, central Asia, and Asia. Brown creepers (C. americana) are found in North and Central America. The spotted creeper is found in the woodlands of India and Africa in sparse and scattered populations.

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