WHAT’S IN A NAME
Pacific Wren– Troglodytes pacificus
Name Roots: (Gr. troglodytes, “caveman”; trogle, “hole”; dytes, “a scuba diver” [dives for cover], L. of the Pacific coast)
The Pacific Wren is rufous brown above, highly colored listed below, disallowed with darker brown and dusky, even on wings and tail. The expense is dark brown, the legs fade brown. Young birds are less clearly disallowed.
DISTRIBUTION & & OCCURENCE IN THE SIERRA NEVADA
The Pacific Wren is a Fairly Common Year-Round Resident of the Sierra Nevada in the Lower and Upper Montane biotic zones.
CONSERVATION STATUS —IUCN Red List Category
Redlist Classification Justification: This types has an exceptionally big variety, the population pattern seems increasing, and the population size is incredibly big. For these factors the types is assessed as Least Concern. (DataZone PAWR Link)
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