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How montonous the sounds of the forest would be if the music came only from the Top Ten birds.”

A Dan Bennett quotation

Wrentit

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Wrentit

The Wrentit, Chamaea fasciata, is a small bird that lives in chaparral and bushland. It is the only species in the genus Chamaea.

The Wrentit is a sedentary (non-migratory) resident of a narrow strip of coastal habitat in western coast of North America, being found from Oregon south to Baja California.

Identification Tips:
• Length: 5.25 inches
• Short bill
• Dark brown head, flanks and upperparts
• Pinkish throat and breast with blurry streaks
• Very long brown tail
• Yellow eye
• Sexes similar
• Found along Pacific coast in dense vegetation
• Southern birds grayer than northern birds

Similar species:
Long tail and dark brown plumage make the wrentit unlikely to be confused with any other bird.
The Wrentit feeds by skulking through dense scrub gleaning exposed insects found by sight. It feeds primarily on beetles, caterpillars, bugs, and ants, but also takes small berries and seeds.

Wrentits mate for life, forming pair bonds only a few months after hatching.

 

 

How montonous the sounds of the forest would be if the music came only from the Top Ten birds.”

By Dan Bennett

 

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