Rock Wren - Salpinctes obsoletus by Barb Miller

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Berthoud, Colorado Summer 2007

When this little bird was first seen I didn’t know what it was. It is usually up in the cliffs; canyons; hillsides and bare rocky ground. It will sometimes frequent grasslands; shrubby slopes; riparian and urban areas. Rock Wrens are found in summer from the eastern foothills west across the state.

Fuji FinePix S-5200


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  • Tim Denny
    Tim Dennyover 3 years ago

    Nice shot Barb, he looks tired out, LOL

  • Thanks Tim, he’s sitting on the tire of a Snapper Yard Mower. Poor guy, must have had a rough time of it. Thanks! Barb

    – Barb Miller

  • Steven  Sandner
    Steven Sandnerover 3 years ago

    Aww what an adorable little fellow =]

  • Here for a day and then never seen this species of wren again.

    – Barb Miller

  • JohnDSmith
    JohnDSmithover 3 years ago

    Great shot Barb,…

  • Thank you,

    – Barb Miller

  • BarbL
    BarbLover 3 years ago

    Wow…what a great shot, Barb!! Perfectly focused!

  • For a P & S camera, you can’t beat the Fuji. Thanks.

    – Barb Miller

  • mrcoradour
    mrcoradourover 3 years ago

    What a little Dear, we have wrens over here, but their a little smaller then this little beauty

  • Last year I had a couple of House Wren families. I want them to return but they nested under my son’s carport and he said, no, not again. I have to figure something out to have them return. Barb

    – Barb Miller

  • 1Nino
    1Ninoover 3 years ago

    Terrific shot young lady!!! ………..Tony

  • Thanks Tony, just a darling little bird, the wren.

    – Barb Miller

  • rasim1
    rasim1over 3 years ago


  • Nice of you to stop and comment. Thanks!

    – Barb Miller

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