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Winter Wren

The Winter Wren is a very small North American bird that is commonly found in evergreen forests near streams with lots of fallen logs and dense understories during  summer. It is a short-tailed and plain-brown wren with a huge voice.

Sinaloa Wren

The Sinaloa Wren, formerly known as the "Bar-vented Wren" is a small skulking wren of lowlands and foothills in west Mexico.

Sedge Wren

The Sedge Wren is a tiny, bubbly and buff-colored wren that is often found in wet grasslands and meadows where it nests in tall grasses and sedges. It is widely distributed in North America.

Rock Wren

The Rock Wren is a small songbird of the wren family and it is the only species in the genus Salpinctes. This bird is a native to South America and western North America.

Pacific Wren

The Pacific Wren is one of the smallest wrens in the United States. It has an incredible voice, having complex and high-pitched whistled song that rings through dense, moss-covered forests.

Marsh Wren

The Marsh Wren, sometimes called the Long-billed Marsh Wren is a small North American songbird of the wren family.

House Wren

The House Wren is a very small songbird and the most widely distributed bird in the Americas.

Canyon Wren

The Canyon Wren is a small North American songbird and a resident throughout its range and is generally found in arid, rocky cliffs, outcrops, and canyons.

Bewick’s Wren

The Bewick's Wren is a wren native to North America. It is similar in appearance to the Carolina Wren, but it has a long tail that is tipped in white.