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What would our hedgerows, woodlands and gardens be without the beautiful song of the wren. It seems like such a secretive bird, mouse like in their movements, nesting in a variety of sites including ivy covered tree trunks. The male bird makes several nests called cock nests and the female then chooses which one she will line to lay her eggs. One of our loudest song birds and can often be heard in the dawn chorus in the spring.




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