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These photos were taking near Antelope Lake near Taylorsville CA.  The area was made up of lots of boulders and dead trees.  Bird was close to 150 yards away and the rock outcropping was creating lots of heat waves resulting in very poor image quality.  I was hoping to find a rock wren.  The upturned tail, shorter bill and fact that it was nesting in a tree cavity makes me lean more towards house wren.  

Thanks in advance for ID assistance!!!

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