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Wren - Troglodytes troglodytes
Wherever there is cover, there will be the Wren, for this tiny creature is our most widely distributed resident. It feeds almost exclusively on insects but will vary its diet with seeds but will only occasionally visit the bird table.
It lays five or six white eggs with red-brown spots, producing two broods between April and June. Incubation by the female only take about fourteen days, the young flying after a further sixteen.