Guardian Nature School Team Contact Blog Project Noah Facebook Project Noah Twitter

A global community of nature enthusiasts
photographing and learning about wildlife

Join Project Noah!
nature school apple icon

Project Noah Nature School visit nature school

Bewick's Wren

Thryomanes bewickii


Small brown and gray wren with a white stripe above the eyes. They have white markings on their underside and have a long tail. They have a long bill that is curved downward.


These have been hanging around my backyard in an urban area. Natural habitat includes, scrubs, woodlands, urban areas, and open country.


Fun Facts: 1. The drastic decline of this wren in the eastern U.S. is directly linked to the expansion of the House Wren. 2. Courting Bewick's are generally monogamous. 3. Male wren's develop a unique repertoire of songs (which is similar to but not the same as other males) between the age of 30-60 days. This unique repertoire is retained for the remainder of its life. Ref:

Species ID Suggestions

Sign in to suggest organism ID


Thank you so much Ingrid3. These wrens are just as curious as the Carolina's. Thanks for sharing the info.!

Ingrid3 8 months ago

PERFECT shot with the beak in play or should i say song! I have Carolina Wrens and they are the sharpest little birds. Very curious, actually go into every nook and cranny to hunt insects. I put out meal worms which you can buy in bulk now cheaper and the love that!

San Antonio, Texas, United States

Spotted on Apr 25, 2021
Submitted on May 5, 2021

Noah Guardians
Noah Sponsors
join Project Noah Team

Join the Project Noah Team