While at the Guano Creek Campground at Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge (Oregon) Leonard and I saw a second nest in the aspen trees (See Northern Flicker Nest 06-20-2016 for the first). A house wren (Troglodytes aedon) was busily “feathering” … Continue reading
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House wrens nest in old woodpecker holes, natural cavities and nestboxes. Although these tiny birds are easy to spot at nestboxes, finding their nests in natural settings can be more of a challenge. About a week ago Leonard and I … Continue reading
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A male house wren (Troglodytes aedon) will often build several nests in an attempt to attract a mate. Each spring a male house wren spends days cleaning out and building a nest in a wren box outside my kitchen window. … Continue reading