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Also, Pacific Wren are very rarely seen in residential areas, and it would be very odd to see it on a fence. Pacific Wrens are normally deep in the forest near streams of water, away from civilization.

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Thanks all,

Connor Cochrane,

I understand what you're saying.  I had one last year in the low bushes along the irrigation ditch. My house is right along the ditch and I get a lot of birds here. I didn't think a Pacific Wren would be on a fence but I've seen some unusual things since I've moved here. (rural Grants Pass Or.) I use to live in the city (Portland area) and would have to go out on nature walks to see a lot of the birds I have in my side yard. (my side yard is actually a little forest) I'm getting use to it.

 

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