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The Rock Wren blends in perfectly with the rock at Writing On Stone.
I heard him before I saw him.
A tiny bird which grows up to 15 cm. Their wingspan is up to 23 cm, and weigh up to 18 g.
The Rock Wren occasionally builds a walkway of small flat stone that lead to its nest.
They do not drink water but seem to get all they need from the food they eat which are insects.
A remarkable singer, they have a repertoire of more than 100 songs.
A difficult shot since the sun had set and I didn't use a tripod.
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- [2016-02-10 12:21]
Hi Janice,difficult light and location but a very very good pic,a perfect camouflage of this rock wren on the rocks,same colors for a great mimetism.I like your great dot of fire to take it in the best sharpness.Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Perfectly camouflaged into the rock.
Very beautiful photo, I am loving this camouflaged tiny bird,
fine POV and framing, excellent focus, sharpness, and details, TFS
Almost camouflage! Perfect name of this bird. Well captured in its natural habitat with natural color and good sharpness.
Thanks for sharing,
- [2016-02-11 11:18]
Nice photo of this Rock Wren in beautiful camouflaged colors. Good sharpness and a fine choice of composition.
Nice little bird....this Rock Wren.