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Friday, April 4, 2014

Marsh Wrens

Another bird I look forward to seeing every spring is the diminutive Marsh Wren (Cistothorus palustris). These little birds, fittingly, like to live amongst the bull rushes and reeds at the water's edge of Swan Lake. One can't help but admire them - they are so busy building nests and singing out to define their territory and attract spouses. In an attempt to attract females the males build many nests.


s.c said...

Lovely little bird. We have the same sort of bird always singing in the reeds but very,very shy and nearly impossible to view. So thumbs up for your pic's

Virginia said...

These are lovely!!!

William Kendall said...

Excellent shots. The first one seems to be yelling.

Stephanie said...

You take such splendid photos of birds. These are beautiful!