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Bewick's Wren
Thryomanes bewickii
The Bewick's Wren (Thryomanes bewickii) is widespread across much of the southern and western United States; it also ranges well into Mexico. There are forms of this species, each with slightly different colors. The eastern birds tend to be slightly more reddish in color, the Pacific coast birds tend to have a darker belly and the typical southwest individuals are more pale in color overall. The southwest form, in the top three shots shown here, was near Buffalo Gap, Taylor Co., Texas, in December, 2005. The photos were taken with a Canon EOS 1D Mark II and an EF 600mm F/4 L IS lens and 1.4X extender. Scroll down for more images.
The Bewick's Wrens in the next two shots shown here were in Kenedy Co., Texas, in January, 2000. This shot was taken with a Canon EOS 1N and EF 600mm F/4 L lens and 1.4X extender on Fuji Provia. The third image was taken at the same location, but in February, 2000.
The Bewick's Wren shown here was in Cave Creek Canyon, near Portal, Cochise Co., Arizona, in May, 2008. This image was shot with a Canon EOS 1D Mark III and EF 600mm F/4 L IS lens and 1.4X extender.
The Bewick's Wren in the next four shots was in Austin, Travis Co., Texas, in December, 2010. These shots were taken with a Canon EOS 1D Mark IV and an EF 800mm F/5.6 L IS lens.
The Bewick's Wren in the next two shots was near Oracle, Pinal Co., Arizona, in October, 2013.
The Bewick's Wren on the right was in Dripping Springs, Hays Co., Texas, in February, 2014.
Bewick's Wren
Thryomanes bewickii
near Round Mountain,
Blanco Co., Texas
3 January 2015
Lat 30.387043, Lon -98.247998
Bewick's Wren
Thryomanes bewickii
near Round Mountain,
Blanco Co., Texas
3 January 2015
Lat 30.387043, Lon -98.247998
Bewick's Wren
Thryomanes bewickii
near Round Mountain,
Blanco Co., Texas
3 January 2015
Lat 30.387043, Lon -98.247998