A pair of Bewick's Wrens moved in to a discarded bird box in the back corner of our yard. The adults noisily progressed from one corner to the other on top an old wooden fence, scolding and buzzing all the way until they disappeared behind a photinia bush, where the box is located. The adults always took the same path to and from a huge fir tree in the neighbor's yard and fed their young spider after spider from the tree... a seemingly endless supply. Because of their loud warnings and repeatedly using the same path, it was easy for me to set up a tripod. This image was captured with a Canon Rebel XSI and 100-400mm zoom lens. I was using aperture priority, 7.0, ISO 400. The photo was taken in our backyard in June of 2012 in Corvallis, Oregon.