Wrentit (Chamaea fasciata)

Wrentit
Wrentit - Mojave Desert, CA
© Tom Benson
Wrentit
Wrentit - CSU San Bernardino
© Tom Benson

The Wrentit is a fairly common, year-round resident on campus within the CSUSB Preserve, primarily in the dense scrub on the north side of Badger Hill. It is a common, year-round breeding resident in coastal sage scrub and chaparral habitats in southern California.

High Count: 10, Average Count: 2-4

The Wrentit can be identified grayish brown upperparts, buffy underparts, and white eye.


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