Waiting for the new Nursery

by Karen C
(San Marcos, CA)

Female ??

Female ??

Female ?? Male??

We assume this is the female waiting for her man to get the nursery done. Very cute watching them out our kitchen window. He always goes in the with stick the wrong direction and drops it and or has to reposition to get through the hole, she appears to be saying "how many times do I have to tell you the other way" They sing really pretty and we would like to know what kind of bird they are.


Thank you.

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May 23, 2014
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by: Brook

Yes I agree it looks like a Wren. Without better coloring in the pic and seeing the tail I don't know what kind. You can probably find it on the web under, "wren" and your area.

May 23, 2014
waiting for the new nursery NEW
by: Brook

Yes I agree it looks like a Wren. Without better coloring in the pic and seeing the tail I don't know what kind. You can probably find it on the web under, "wren" and your area.

May 08, 2014
wren? NEW
by: Anonymous

I think it looks like a Wren of some sort. beak is finer than a tit.

May 08, 2014
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by: Brook

Judy, is this a bushtit?

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