Canyon Wren
(Catherpes mexicanus)

Canyon Wren

Canyon wrens inhabit cliffs at all elevations. The population trend of these nongame birds is unknown. Nests are cups of twigs or moss built in rock crevices or buildings. Canyon wrens nest from April through July. The female incubates the eggs for 12 days. Fledging occurs after an additional 13 days. Nests will be reused each year. These birds are insectivorous.

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