Have you ever heard a tree-creeper talking to itself?
""Wee Tim'rous Beasties"" by Douglas English
Innumerable festoons of creepers hung down from those trees.
"Across Unknown South America" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
Vigorous parasites and creepers strove to strangle the larger trees, but strove in vain.
"Under the Waves" by R M Ballantyne
This species displaces the Himalayan tree-creeper in the Eastern Himalayas.
"Birds of the Indian Hills" by Douglas Dewar
His beautiful forked horns were caught up in a creeper hanging from a tree, from which he was trying to free himself.
"Kari the Elephant" by Dhan Gopal Mukerji
The trees, placed more widely apart, were covered with gigantic creepers drooping to the ground.
"Adventures of a Young Naturalist" by Lucien Biart
We pass thousands of trees, climb over hundreds of fallen trunks and brush past millions of creepers.
"Two Years with the Natives in the Western Pacific" by Felix Speiser
And there were huge creepers that ran from tree to tree climbing there, and throwing down great loops of rope.
"The Soul of a People" by H. Fielding
Creepers were burned out in the act of strangling trees.
"Watchbird" by Robert Sheckley
There was a terrific rending of tree trunks and webbed creepers.
"The Planetoid of Peril" by Paul Ernst
Oh, the wood with winds a-wrestle!
With the nut and acorn strown!
Oh, the wood where creepers trestle
Tree unto tree o'ergrown!
"The Ramble" by Cale Young Rice
In rich Virginian woods,
The scarlet creeper reddens over graves,
Among the solemn trees enlooped with vines;
Heroic spirits haunt the solitudes,—
The noble souls of half a million braves,
Amid the murmurous pines.
"Heroes" by Emma Lazarus