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In Davenport WA in area surrounded by wheat fields. Fairly quick moving, bobbing up and down when perched.

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 I'm sorry I keep jumping around, but I am now sure it is a Rock Wren.

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6 minutes ago, Kevin said:

 I'm sorry I keep jumping around, but I am now sure it is a Rock Wren.

For some reason I couldn't remember if Rock or Canyon Wrens had lots baring on there tails.

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9 minutes ago, Kevin said:

 I'm sorry I keep jumping around, but I am now sure it is a Rock Wren.

No need for apologies, I'm just grateful for the help! Thank you.

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3 hours ago, Kevin said:

For some reason I couldn't remember if Rock or Canyon Wrens had lots baring on there tails.

Canyons are rusty colored to hide on their red-rock habitat.

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