On Wednesday mornings I volunteer at the Salem AudubonNature Reserve in West Salem. I always show up early to be able to walk the trails to get a count on the birds before everybody arrives to work. Today I spotted this tiny Pacific Wren plucking moss presumably for nest construction. Unfortunately the Pacific Wren is not a candidate for the artificial cavities we have been constructing, but prefers to build a nest low to the ground in thick brush. As a side note, we finished erecting our logs with our nesting cavities today, bringing the total to ten units available. Now all we need are some serious renters.