Carolina Wren, photographed at the Edith L. Moore Sanctuary on a May morning
This little White-breasted Nuthatch was climbing up and down a large pine tree picking insects out of the bark. He was photographed in Rocky Mtn National Park.
This Brown Creeper is so small many people miss seeing him. They like the big pine trees found in Bear Creek Park, Harris County, TX where this photograph was taken.
In addition to being so small the Brown Creeper is camoflaged against the bark of the pine tree. Do you see him?
This little Carolina Wren is the loudest little bird in the woods. His song sounds like "tea kettle" repeated four or five times. This guy was proclaiming his territory in the Jones State Forest in Montgomery County.
This Bewick's Wren was photographed in Uvalde County near Camp Wood, Texas.
The Rock Wren is most commonly found in Western US. This bird was photographed in Creede, Colorado.
These Brown-headed Nuthatches are sometimes found in family units. This one was photographed on the Jones State Forest in Montgomery County off FM1488.
White-breasted Nuthatch photographed in Estes Park, CO.
The smallest of the wrens is the Winter Wren, photographed in Stephen F. Austin State Park.
Canyon Wren photographed in Slide Rock State Park, Sedona, AZ
Canyon Wren, photographed at Slip Rock State Park, Arizona.
This Carolina Wren and his mate took up residence in this hollowed out tree along the 40 Acre Lake in Brazos Bend State Park.
Cactus Wren: a vocal inhabitant of Big Bend