male Marsh Wren (Cistothorus palustris) singing from a cattail at Port Susan Bay Nature Conservancy Preserve in Washington, USA

Daily Creature 65: Marsh Wren

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male Marsh Wren (Cistothorus palustris) singing from a cattail at Port Susan Bay Nature Conservancy Preserve in Washington, USA

Marsh Wren

(Cistothorus palustris)

The male Marsh Wren is known for his noisy gurgling song that he sings throughout much of the day and often into the night! Marsh Wrens can be found in wetlands across the United States, but the eastern population sings a very different song from the western population.

Photographed in Port Susan Bay Nature Conservancy Preserve in Washington, USA

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