Loading content, please wait...
Brandon K Percival
Chris Wood.; Rich Miller found this species during the fall of 2006. I finally saw the bird(s) in spring of 2007.
Species, Date, Time and Location Information
Duration (total time in view):
West end of Canon City Riverwalk
along the bluff trail, along the Canon City Riverwalk.
8x42 leica binoculars
Description of the Bird
A large wren, with rufous upper parts, white eye line, buffy under parts. See photo.
Behaviors: Bird was with other birds, along the Canon City Riverwalk, staying low.
Call: singing, loud ringing three noted song
Similar Species Discussion
Song is different than other wrens, other wrens aren't as rufous on top, with buffy underparts.q
Seen some in Colorado, and many in the eastern U.S.
Notes made AFTER observation
Date Documentation Submitted
2/10/2008 3:33:00 PM
Using The Image Viewer
Click on a thumbnail to open an enlarged photo. If more than one photo is available,
you may scroll through them by clicking on the left or right sides of the current
image. To close the viewer, click anywhere outside of the photo. Note that before
printing you may enlarge the thumbnails by selecting the size in the dropdown on
the lower left.
The marker on the map shows an approximation of the location of this report. The marker is generated using a prioritized Logic base:
1) If the observer has entered coordinates, they will be shown.
2) No specific coordinates are available but the location is mappable.
3) A generic location with no specific coordinates is mapped to the center of the reported county.
Powered By Subgurim(http://googlemaps.subgurim.net).Google Maps