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Chamaea fasciata


This adorable little wrentit was hopping along the hiking trail at Ano Nuevo State Park. The fourth photo shows how the wrentit often holds its long tail at almost a right angle to its body in a similar fashion to a wren.


Ano Nuevo State Park, California.


The Wrentit is omnivorous. It feeds on insects and spiders that it gleans from shrubbery. It also eats berries and small fruits. Including Summer Holly, Comarostaphylis diversifolia.

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San Mateo, California, USA

Spotted on Feb 15, 2012
Submitted on Feb 16, 2012

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