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What do they look like?

The Wren is one of our smallest birds, with a small round body and a tiny yet distinctive cocked tail are distinctive. Their upper-parts are a red-brown colour while their underside will be paler, sometimes grey. 

What do they eat?

The wren will eat small insects and their larvae.

Where do they nest?

Home for the Wren is in spherical ball of moss with a small entrance in the side - positioned in dense cover such as ivy or tangled vegetation to disguise their nest.

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