At Patagonia Lake this morning there were 2 Winter/Pacific Wrens together. They were past the usual spot (near the "big willow"), where the trail takes a 90 degree turn to leave the lake to go up-stream. One was in sight and a second bird was repeatedly singing from a perch pretty high up in a tree.It could be heard singing as one stood at the far east end duck-viewing spot. EBird report with poor photos and a recording are at:
http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S35111102 Any opinions as to ID are most appreciated.
Also, my FOS YELLOW WARBLER was singing from the same spot, as were several PLUMBEOUS and CASSIN'S VIREOS, BLACK-THROATED GRAY and LUCY'S WARBLERS, etc.
PO Box 626
Patagonia, AZ 85624