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Eurasian Wren - Shetland Islands
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Eurasian Wren - Shetland Islands
[Troglodytes troglodytes zetlandicus]

[Length 4 in. Wingspan 5.5 in.]

This Shetland Winter Wren was photographed at Sumburgh, Mainland, Shetland, Scotland, Great Britain. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm EDAF-S f4 lens (EFL=450mm) on a Nikon D100 camera. (Date: June 12, 2004)


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Eurasian Wren - Shetland Islands
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Eurasian Wren - Shetland Islands
[Troglodytes troglodytes zetlandicus]

[Length 4 in. Wingspan 5.5 in.]

This Shetland Winter Wren was photographed at Sumburgh, Scotland, Great Britain. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm EDAF-S f4 lens (EFL=450mm) on a Nikon D100 camera. (Date: June 11, 2004)


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Eurasian Wren - Shetland Islands
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Eurasian Wren - Shetland Islands
[Troglodytes troglodytes zetlandicus]

[Length 4 in. Wingspan 5.5 in.]

This fledgling Shetland Winter Wren was photographed at Sumburgh, Mainland, Shetland, Scotland, Great Britain. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm EDAF-S f4 lens (EFL=450mm) on a Nikon D100 camera. (Date: June 12, 2004)


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House Wren - Eastern
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House Wren - Eastern
[Troglodytes aedon aedon]

[Length 4.75 in. Wingspan 6 in.]

The House Wren breeds across most of the US and southern Canada. The male's explosive song of bubbling notes is unmistakable as he stakes out his territory. The male House Wren builds many nests in any appropriate cavity within his territory in the hopes of attracting a mate. He is pugnacious and will even evict other cavity-nesting birds, such as Chickadees, who have already started nest building. This female "Eastern" House Wren was photographed as she brought food to her young in a "decorative" nest box which we had hung over the front door of our house in New Jersey, USA. The nest box was strictly for "aesthetic value"...we never expected any birds to actually nest in it! Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm f4.0 EDAF lens on Kodachrome 200 film. (Date: June 1996)


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House Wren - Eastern
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House Wren - Eastern
[Troglodytes aedon aedon]

[Length 4.75 in. Wingspan 6 in.]

This House Wren was photographed at the Magee Marsh boardwalk, Oak Harbor, Ohio, USA. Photo taken with a AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED lens (EFL=300mm) on a Nikon D300 camera. (Date: May 16, 2012)


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House Wren - Western
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House Wren - Western
[Troglodytes aedon parkmannii]

[Length 4.75 in. Wingspan 6 in.]

This House Wren was photographed at Piute Mountains, California, USA. Photo taken with a AF-S VR Zoom-Nikkor 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G IF-ED lens on a Nikon D7100 camera. (Date: July 3, 2013)


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House Wren - Western
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House Wren - Western
[Troglodytes aedon parkmannii]

[Length 4.75 in. Wingspan 6 in.]

The House Wren breeds across most of the US and southern Canada. The male's explosive song of bubbling notes is unmistakable as he stakes out his territory. The male House Wren builds many nests in any appropriate cavity within his territory in the hopes of attracting a mate. He is pugnacious and will even evict other cavity-nesting birds, such as Chickadees, who have already started nest building. This male "Western" House Wren was photographed as he sang from a low perch in a tree at Devil's Tower National Monument in Wyoming, USA. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm f4.5 ED lens on Kodachrome 200 film. (Date: May 1992)


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Marsh Wren
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Marsh Wren
[Cistothorus palustris]

[Length 5 in. Wingspan 6 in.]

This Marsh Wren was photographed along the road to Moore's Beach, New Jersey, USA. Photo taken with a Nikkor 300mm EDAF f4.0 lens on Kodachrome 200 film. (Date: May 1996)


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