This past Saturday I went to the Shiloh area of Merritt Island looking for a Scissor-tailed Flycatcher. I arrived just as the sun was rising, and there were many sparrows and wrens active by the gravel road just before and at the parking lot. I was able to photograph a couple Sedge Wrens. All my photographs of these two birds were taken at around ISO 2000, and thankfully some of them were sharp. These are my first sharp photos of this rather secretive bird. Sedge Wrens can look similar to Marsh Wrens, but Sedge Wrens have a relatively indistinct eye-stripe and a streaked crown, plus an overall lighter appearance.