Utah Bird Profile
Bewick's Wren - Thryomanes bewickii

Name Roots: (Gr. thryon, "a reed"; manes, "a cup" [nest] - for Thomas Bewick)

In Utah:  
characteristic behaviors:
Nests in a deciduous tree or in a snag at a height of 0-20+? feet, in a cavity nest. This species is an uncommon cowbird host. This species is an insectivore: ground gleaner foliage gleaner.
Habitat: Breeds in Utah in lowland riparian and pinyon-juniper habitats.

by Paul Higgins

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