Thursday, October 13, 2011

Marsh Wren

Marsh Wrens are one of the more complicatedly colored Wrens. Although they don't have the size or complex markings off the Cactus Wrens, they compliment the white eye stripe found on many Wrens with nice striations on their backs.
Since they prefer the bullrushes and reeds next to water, they're more often heard than seen, but every once in a while they'll venture to the top of their marshy kingdoms and have a look around.

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