The Marsh WrenCistothorus palustris lives and breeds all across Michigan from April to October in the large cattail and bulrush marshes. Not easy to spot, they are a reclusive bird that zip about in short bursts to hunt flying insects. If you are in a marsh, it is more likely that you will hear the wren's distinctive, gurgling, rattling trill.
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