House Wren

This abundant and widespread wren can be found in gardens, orchards, farmyards, open woodland, and woodland edges. Its exuberant song is easily heard, but it keeps itself well within cover and is less often seen. It feeds on insects.

• N EST A domed nest made of moss and twigs with a side entrance, placed in a hole in a tree or broken branch, or in a nest box.

• Distribution Widespread in North, Central, and South America.

• mouth and hill fully open in song short, rounded

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