— from Sarah Horton's article "Birds of a Feather Flock to Canyon Wren Cabins for Two"
"If, however, you're the type who would rather lay in bed and gaze at the fire than get up at the crack of dawn to see a Western Wood Pewee, there are still plenty of reasons to stay at Canyon Wren."
Below are some more photos of our local friends!
"The accomodations at Canyon Wren were very comfortable, each with a small private garden retreat. Bird lovers would enjoy the abundance of birds and hummingbirds that are constantly flying around. The location is near to Sedona's "downtown", but feels secluded. We would definitely recommend a stay!"
Great Blue Heron atop Sycamore cabin roof,
just checking out our pond
" . . . A great place to view the many species of birds that frequent the multitude of birdfeeders on the property. We thoroughly enjoyed the 3 nights we spent in the rustic wood cabin with all the amenities except TV and phone (no cause for worry). Milena and Mike were exceptional hosts providing coffee and muffins in the morning and ideas for sightseeings, hiking trails, shopping and directions to just about anything to see or visit in the area."
*These photos taken by our wonderful artist neighbor,
© Joe Garcia,
**These photos taken by our wonderful artist friend,
© Adele Earnshaw,