• Lifer! But, which one?

    18 days ago - By 10,000 Birds

    Only two weeks ago, I commented that I had seen all but two of the wrens that can normally be found in Michoacán. The ones I had not yet seen were the Rock Wren , and the Sedge Wren .
    Oddly enough, only a couple of days before that post came out, a member of a regional birders' chat had posted a photo of a wren seen on the edge of the Morelia area , to confirm that it was, indeed, a Sedge Wren. Which it was! So I contacted him for the exact location, which turned out to be a beautiful 14-acre property that belongs to his family, and he kindly invited me over. We didn't manage to make it...
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