Wren Facts 

Threat to Wren

The chilly weather is the primary threat to this little bird. Because wrens do not migrate, lengthy periods of sub-zero weather and snow-covered ground can drastically diminish.

Specialized Diet

The wren eats both larvae and adults, and its diet is primarily insect-based. It’s tough to feed the wren on a standard garden bird table because of its specialized diet.

House Wrens

House Wrens are famous for their bright, often loud singing vocals, which are sometimes described as “bubbly.” House Wrens are generally friendly.

Eggs lay down

House wrens lay 5 to 8 eggs every brood, occasionally more, but most typically 6 or 7 eggs. The female wren will lay one egg per day.


House Wrens can live for up to seven years. Because individual birds do not always return to the same area each year, it is difficult to keep track of their ages.

Danger Of Extinction

The Migratory Bird Act of the United States, on the other hand, affords protection to House Wrens.

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