Although a very common bird in its range, the Western Least Tufted Self-Doubt Wren is rarely seen, preferring to stick to the shadows in the leaf litter, where its dowdy plumage makes for ideal camouflage. While difficult to spot, this small wren is almost constantly heard. Many bird watchers describe the sound of its call as very similar to how everyone else is more successful than I am.
Western Least Tufted Self-Doubt Wren (for Rebecca). Acrylic on masonite, 6"x8".
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