Marsh Wren

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Marsh Wrens are common in many wetlands, but are typically heard rather than seen. On occasion, one will appear clinging to a couple of leaves of cattail, giving this spread-legged appearance. They don't stick around for long, however, as once they have investigated the intruder, they quickly go back into the thick of the cattails.
Taken By
Allen Woodliffe
Taken On
April 2, 2021
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