House Wren
(Troglodytes aedon)

House Wren

This nongame species can be seen at all elevations from April through October. Their population trend is unknown. Nesting occurs from May to early July. Nests are built in tree cavities, under loose bark, and in abandoned buildings or bird boxes. Eggs are incubated for 13 days and the nestling period lasts 12-18 days. Wrens feed upon a variety of insects.

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