A bird found throughout the Americas, but I was only able to get a sharp closeup in South America, not because the Wren is not found where I live, but because in the tropics there are just more birds of all kinds, and the chances are better. Wikipedia writes there are 20 subspecies of Sedge Wren (update, later I decided it was a House Wren of which there are more subspecies), so don't be alarmed if this one does not look like yours. This bird was in a group of three and stayed on the ground, and had a call I had not heard before.
Argentina,Bahamas,Belize,Bolivia,Brazil,Canada,Chile,Colombia,Costa Rica,Dominica, Dominican Republic,Ecuador - mainland,El Salvador,French Guiana,Grenada,Guatemala,Honduras,Mexico,Netherlands Antilles,Nicaragua, Panama,Paraguay,Peru,Saint Lucia,Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,Suriname,Trinidad and Tobago,United States - mainland,Uruguay,Venezuela,
IOC 9.1 Subspecies
sw and sc Canada and w and c USA to n Mexico
Guajira Pen. (n Colombia) and nw Venezuela
w and c Colombia, nw Venezuela
e Colombia and w Venezuela
Venezuela (except the west), e Colombia and the Guianas to ne Peru and n and w Brazil