Sedge Wren

Cistothorus platensis
Sedge Wren (Cistothorus platensis)

This Sedge Wren was perched on some Indian Grass just south of the PGT Center. That area tends to stay wet so there are a lot of sedges which is the right habitat for Sedge Wrens.

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2 Responses to Sedge Wren

  1. James C. Trager says:

    These are interesting. Reportedly, they breed up north in spring, then migrate part way to the wintering grounds and breed again on the way, like here in Missouri. Also inhabiting tall prairie grass, name notwithstanding.

  2. steve knight says:

    Gorgeous.

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