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  1. Seen yesterday in Cook County, IL. I keep going back and forth between winter and house. Both have been spotted recently at this location, and either is FOY for me. Didn't hear it call unfortunately, but any insight is appreciated, thank you!
  2. Hi all! Looking back over some of my photos, I found these guys mixed in with my rock wren photos. The eye-ring on the first one has me stumped. Just a house wren? All taken from the top of Emory Peak, 12/16/2021.
  3. This was taken in southern California Mojave Desert.
  4. 10/15/20, NYC. When I first saw this bird , in the sun, with bright orange color, very little spotting, and strong eyebrow, I thought Carolina Wren. But it was smaller than the one I remember seeing a couple of years ago. I also compared it with other Wrens, and noticed the Winter Wren sometimes looks a bit orange and also has an eyebrow. (The color seen in these photos IS what I saw.)
  5. I took this photo this morning in Lido Beach NY. Is it a House Wren? I wouldn't expect it to be perching like this high up in a tree but I really don't know. It had a rather loud 3-note call that didn't match what I found online. It reminded me more of a Cardinal's call. Except for the eyebrow, I might have thought it was a Mockingbird.
  6. Good morning, All. While watching my feeders this AM, I saw one Carolina Wren take food from a fruit & seed cake and feed it to another Carolina Wren. I've never seen Carolina Wrens feed together, much less feed each other, so this was exciting. Would they be a mated pair or parent-offspring (I know it's early, so not sure if they have had time to mate and reproduce?)? Baldwin co. (coastal), AL
  7. Photos taken at various sites as indicated within a few hour radius of Quetzaltenango in February of 2019: Wren - Lake Atitlan Possible emerald-chinned - Lake Atitlan Possible Azure-crowned - Lake Atitlan Possible Starthroat - Viejo Palmar (near Volcan Santa Maria) Possible Blue-tailed - Refugio del Quetzal
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