3 comments on “The Missouri House Wren

  1. I have been equally amazed by the volume and complexity of their songs! A pair is presently raising a brood under my parents’ front porch on a platform typically utilized by Eastern Phoebes. Without the confines of a nest box to define the dimensions of their nest, the structure they’ve built on the platform is as big and surprising as their song: basically a half-dome mound of twigs nearly the size of a volleyball, with a side entrance to the nest chamber within. I’ve observed Carolina Wrens build a similar structure on an open platform within my Dad’s stored camper shell.

    Another great post, sir!

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