Cactus Wren Photo Gallery
Can be seen in backyards in the desert southwest, but for best luck head to brushy desert.
What does the Cactus Wren look like?
Cactus Wrens have a spotted brown-gray undercarriage and dark brown streaked wings. Its face is streaked. Juveniles appear similar to adults.
Cactus Wren Habitat
Cactus Wren Facts
Cactus Wrens are the largest of the Wren family and also the state bird of Arizona. They are fearless when protecting their nests and are known to destroy the nests of other nearby birds. They often nest in cacti. Pairs form permanent bonds. Cactus Wrens are also notorious for getting into mischief. They are known to buzz around in cars whose owners left the windows down.