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Tiny wren - La Sal Mtns, southeastern Utah, USA

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Old Thursday 8th August 2019, 23:13   #1
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Tiny wren - La Sal Mtns, southeastern Utah, USA

I think it must be a Marsh or House Wren. Very vocal - warned me that that was HIS tree. Seemed about 5-ish inches long.

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House Wren. A Marsh Wren would have pale superciliums, a more curved bill, and darker wings and cap.
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Agree; the Bird Nuts have explained it well.
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