Marsh Wren at the North Tract of Lake Jesup CA

  • 5
    Shares


Right near the entrance of the North Tract of the Conservation Area, there’s a little pond with a couple very vocal Marsh Wrens. One of them was very photogenic and allowed me to get a few photos. I found this bird a couple weeks ago, and I’m just getting around to posting them. These are some of my favorite photos of the species.

Marsh Wren

Marsh Wren

Marsh Wren

Scott Simmons

Scott Simmons

, based in Florida, is a lover of nature, landscape, and wildlife photography. Scott became interested in photography in 2001 when he was given his first SLR camera. When he acquired a telephoto lens, he became progressively more interested in birds and other wildlife. Scott enjoys learning about bird habitats and behavior, striving always to take images that are both beautiful and interpretive. Scott believes photography is a great vehicle to help others to appreciate the wonder for the stuff of earth.

Scott Simmons

Scott Simmons

Scott Simmons, based in Florida, is a lover of nature, landscape, and wildlife photography. Scott became interested in photography in 2001 when he was given his first SLR camera. When he acquired a telephoto lens, he became progressively more interested in birds and other wildlife. Scott enjoys learning about bird habitats and behavior, striving always to take images that are both beautiful and interpretive. Scott believes photography is a great vehicle to help others to appreciate the wonder for the stuff of earth.

Share this post with your friends

  • 5
    Shares


Facebook Comments

1
Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
avatar
Susan Lee

Great set of photos! I have two pair of marsh wrens that stay on my bit of bird-sanctuary property all year around and their eyebrow stripes are brighter or more like solid-white bars of white. Due to an airport being only one mile away, they each sing very LOUD, one will sing their trilling song and then the other male will answer about a quarter-octave higher or lower but you can hear the difference that it's definitely two different wrens challenging and answering one another.