Wrens

Pacific wrens are small songsters of the forest/Photo Courtesy of Dr. Madeline Kalbach

Chunky birds with slender, downcurved bills, wrens have a loud song and a small body. They frequent dense vegation and often hold their tails upright.

  • Bewick's Wren

    Bewick's wrens have a long tail and a light eye stripe/Photo Courtesy of Dr. Madeline Kalbach

    Bold white eyebrows and a long tail distinguish this wren.

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  • Marsh Wren

    Marsh wren's inhabit Refuge wetlands/Photo Courtesy of Dr. Madeline Kalbach

    This songster inhabits Refuge wetlands and salt marshes.

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  • Pacific Wren

    Pacific wrens have a bubbly song/Photo Courtesy of Dr. Madeline Kalbach

    The dainty Pacific wren belts out a bubbly song to vigorously defend its territory.

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