is native to North America.
14 cm long, gray-brown above, whitish below
a long white eyebrow.
Bewick'w Wren tail is long, tipped in white.
The loud melodious song is heard first.
Its diet is helpful for the gardener, eating insects and spiders.
The Bewick's Wren does not migrate.
Its range is from southern British Columbia, Nebraska, southern Ontario, and southwestern Pennsylvania south to Mexico, Arkansas and the northern Gulf States.
Photo is taken at
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Texas Hill Country
where native bird protection is done professionally!
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