Bird #280 — Bewick’s Wren

thryomanes (from thryon, a reed, and manes, cup, refers to nest) bewickii (given by John James Audubon for his friend Thomas Bewick, English artist and wood engraver)

Sunday, April 1, 1984 — 12:50 pm

Patagonia, Arizona — Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Sanctuary

The path curled about 30 yards away from the creek and continued on a railroad causeway.  We were passing a small field when we saw this wren hopping about in the scrub and tangle at the edge of the woods.

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