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Douglas, Oregon, United States
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Passeriformes > Paradoxornithidae

Wrentit

Chamaea fasciata

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Found in dense, low vegetation of Oregon, California, and Baja California. Hard to see, but often heard. Plain gray-brown plumage resembles a titmouse, but shows a long, cocked tail like a wren. Also note pale eye and short pointed bill. Usually solitary or in pairs. Not closely related to any other species in Western Hemisphere.

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