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|From my trip to Manitoba.|
A small, secretive wren that breeds in short grass and sedge marshes. Perhaps because of the highly transitory nature of its nesting habitats, the Sedge Wren moves around a great deal from year to year, not staying in one place for long.
•The Sedge Wren is one of the most nomadic territorial birds in North America. On a given area, it may be present in numbers in one year, and be completely absent the next.
•Many unconnected Sedge Wren populations occur throughout the Americas, from Canada to Tierra del Fuego.
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Fantastic, perfect presentation of the bird.
Hi Peter an exceptional portrait of that cute little wren.
thanks for showing
- [2014-06-18 5:19]
Great, great sharpness, color, light and composition. Very natural it look like it on my desk. Congratulation and thank you for sharing it. Saludos.
Vavazela, i nice bird to compare with old world wren spp, the Winter wren. Nice pose