I saw four of these birds which turned out to be two mating pair. They are not as "shy" as other wrens, and I saw where they were nesting. Unfortunately, the nest was between two rocks 1,000 feet above the usual trail, and I climed that for 25 days straight until they had their babies and then were found lower in the hills. (Photo published in GG Audubon Society 2013 Calendar)
CitationEthan Winning, IBC1025770. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1025770.
Ethan Winning, IBC1025770. Photo of Rock Wren Salpinctes obsoletus at Walnut Creek, USA (United States). Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1025770.
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