|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|5" 12.7cm||6" 15.2cm||0.4oz 11.3g||Troglodytidae||Cistothorus palustris|
The Marsh Wren, like all wrens, is a bird more often heard than seen. Coaxing this bird with a variation of sounds and whistles, might entice the wren to show itself briefly. It was once known as the Long-billed Marsh Wren because of its noticeably longer bill, when compared to the Sedge Wren. This wren has been reported seen as a rare visitor to Cuba.