Wrens are small, active songbirds that rarely sit still for very long. Bewick’s wrens are about 5 1/2 inches long and live in the underbrush along forest edges. Wrens are easily identified by their distinctive white eyebrows, beige and brown plumage and long white-tipped tail which they point upward and flick from side to side. Their long slender beaks curve downward to make foraging for insects easier. They are shy and more often just heard singing or calling. Wait quietly nearby and you will be rewarded with an appearance eventually.
It sure made my day when I spotted this little guy just singing his heart out!
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