|Scientific Name:||Chamaea fasciata|
|Area:||Bluebill Lake, Oregon|
|Date:||April 23, 2013|
Wrentits are busy little birds that like to stay out of sight in thick shrubbery. Surprisingly they are not vocally shy. They will make their clicking call even when you are close at hand and will sing their song with boisterous volume way out of proportion to their size. You will hear them many times over actually seeing them.
Cleawox Lake - Honeyman State Park, Oregon - - - July 18, 2011
Bluebill Lake, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area - - - November 10, 2011
Hancock Hill - Elkton, Oregon - - - May 20, 2012
|Reference:||Golden Field Guides - Birds of North America / The Sibley Guide to Birds by Sibley||