Will Russell relocated the Sinaloa Wren which a dozen of us watched foraging under the leaves like a tiny rodent. The bird was completely hidden under the leaves most of the time. I took a video which shows the bird periodically peeking out. The bird was silent the entire 20 minutes we watched it. It was located in a series of brush piles near the river about 1/4 mile south of the road. It was maybe 100 yards SE of the large privet trees W of the trail. We saw it at around 11 am. A Great Horned Owl was roosting above the Wren.
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Tucson & Lake Tahoe
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