Which Wren?
Identify each of the numbered species and match it to the appropriate lettered silhouette.

Small and inconspicuous, these busy brown birds never seem to slow down or offer great looks. Being familiar with the sounds of these vociferous singers and knowing each wren’s habitat choice can be the best ways to identify (and locate) these birds as they work their way through the vegetation in search of insects. However, when these little busy-bodies do offer a moment’s glance, pay close attention to any colors and the bird’s shape. Is there a light supercilium? Are there any streaks? What’s the shape of the bill? How long is the tail? Get a feel for the shape of each wren and its proportions. With these clues in mind, these “skulkers of the shadows” should be no problem to identify.

[Hint: All of these wrens commonly occur in Ohio.]

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