Sinaloa Wren

Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests.

Picture of the Sinaloa Wren has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution.
Original source: Thryophilus_sinaloa_2.jpg: Tim from Ithaca
Author: Thryophilus_sinaloa_2.jpg: Tim from Ithaca

The Sinaloa Wren is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Sinaloa Wren Identification = By Rick Wright For those lucky enough to be in Patagonia tomorrow, here are a few photos that might help to identify the Sinaloa Wren–if it reappears. The Sinaloa Wren is on the right, with a Bewick’s and a Happy Wren to its left. Note the rather “cold” tone to the underparts and the clearly rusty tail of the Sinaloa. More

Just a clarification that my photo of a Sinaloa Wren above is not the AZ bird – the photo was taken near Puerto Vallarta in Jalisco, Mexico. Congrats to Matt Brown for a great find, and to Birdfreak for a very interesting blog. More

Of note, there has been a prior report of Sinaloa Wren in Arizona, an unphotographed singing bird from the San Pedro River on 14 June 1989. Sinaloa Wren is endemic to West Mexico where it is recorded from open woodland including thorn-forest, tropical deciduous woods, oak-hornbeam woods, and often in disturbed habitat. The northernmost part of its range is approximately 100-200 miles from the Arizona border in the Mexican state of Sonora, where the subspecies T.s.cinereus occurs. More

On 14 April the second Sinaloa Wren in the ABA Area was discovered and identified by Diane Touret in Huachuca Canyon, Arizona. The bird was first heard giving its distinctive song, although it never called. Today, 15 April, the bird was relocated, video-taped and confirmed to be Thryothorus sinaloa, Sinaloa Wren. More

The Sinaloa Wren (Thryophilus sinaloa) is a species of bird in the Troglodytidae family. It is endemic to Mexico, with two documented sightings in the United States. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests, subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, and subtropical or tropical mangrove forests. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Thryothorus sinaloa. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 27 July 2007. More

Follow-up on my call to the Tucson RBA on the Sinaloa Wren in lower Huachuca Canyon. Dieter and Alicia Kamm and I arrived at 7:30 a.m., unaware that Rick and Ricki Thompson had already re-found and video-taped the bird just an hour before. We waited nearly an hour before we heard a short burst of song from the Sinaloa Wren on the south side of the main creek, just east of the cement bridge/culvert at Camp Maricopa. More

SINALOA WREN IN FT HUACHUCA!!!!!! ANOTHER ONE!!!! photo credit: 29 August 2008, photos by Chris Benesh this photo is of the first Sinaloa Wren found last year at Patagonia. Found yesterday and confirmed today, a SECOND Sinaloa Wren has been found in Lower Huachuca Canyon! If accepted, this would be only the 2nd ABA area record!! The first ABA area record was found at Patagonia, AZ about 8 months ago and is still being seen. More

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This Sinaloa Wren was discovered by Diane Touret on 14 April 2009 in Huachuca Canyon in the area downstream from the Camp Coconino complex (the first bathroom area). It was videotaped by Rick Thompson on 15 April 2009. Below are a video grab from that video, sound recordings extracted from the video and a link to the video on YouTube. There is only one previous record of this species for the ABA area, the bird discovered at Patagonia last year. See here. More

This Sinaloa Wren was discovered by Matt Brown and Robin Baxter on 25 August 2008 and photographed that day by Matt Brown. It was also recorded by Robin at the same time. The recording is posted below the photograph. Additional photos and a recording by Chris Benesh from 29 August are posted further down the page. Pierre Deviche recorded the calls and a long song bout on 3 September 2008. This is a potential first record for the ABA area. More

patagonia, sawmill canyon, sinaloa wren, yellow-breasted chat | posted in Photography Adventures - Mar 30 2009 Arizona, Part II - Just returned from another awesome trip to Southeastern Arizona. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Troglodytidae
Genus : Thryothorus
Species : sinaloa
Authority : (Baird, 1864)