They nest at a low elevation in bushes or under brush, often over the water.
They are common in the under brush of hillsides and ravines, where they locate their nests at low elevations.
Probably by searching under bridges, under brush heaps, in holes and cavities in banks where the sun falls warm.
Bending to the earth, he crept cautiously along, concealing himself as best he could, by the under brush and tall grass.
It would require a skilful engineer to trace the original line now in consequence of the rapid growth of under brush.