A Walk in Embudito Canyon, Part Deux

Bewick's Wren

As we walked in Embudito Canyon we heard a Bewick’s Wren singing. We saw him at the top of a Gambel’s Oak, singing his little heart out.

Curve-billed Thrasher

Bosque Bill and I had a lovely morning in Embudito Canyon. I was putting off writing a brief; he was putting off doing his taxes. Throughout the morning we heard Curve-billed Thrashers singing beautifully in the canyon. On the return trail, I looked back and saw a thrasher pop up onto a cholla right behind me. We enjoyed a close view of the bird, and we were able to take many photos.

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