Too bad, Jon. On Wednesday evening I did hear it singing away and I was video recording some leaves while it sang given it rarely shows itself. I was just finishing up when a Cedar Waxwing dared to land in his territory and he chased it away quite close to me. Happily the camera was pointed in the right direction and I got a few seconds of it. I missed where it picked a caterpillar or something off a leaf unfortunately.
There might be three House Wrens singing along this stretch. One was near Hopedale, another just west of the Chat location and still another closer to Lickman Road. This guy had no issue with singing out in the open.
Apparently I was at the wrong "bridge" the other day. There's a spot along the trail where it has a wooden railing and a sign saying not to use the path of another person is on it due to covid. This is the wrong bride. The correct spot is by a cattle gate further down the tail.
Went there this morning. Before arriving at the right spot, I could already hear the chat. And speed him nearly right away. Not the best views, but it was nice to get eyes on it.
Heard the house Wren at the parking lot, and saw one by the chat spot (1km down the trail).