White-breasted nuthatches have a white chest and white face the top of their head is black and they have a grayish blue and black back the underpart of their wings are gray and white and the top part of their wings are mostly gray but with a little bit of black and white. White-breasted nuthatches eat insects like bark beetles and they also eat seeds, peanut butter and suet and they also visit birdfeeders. White-breasted nuthatches live a wide range throughout North America and a little bit in the southern parts of Canada they live in woods, parks and backyards.