The wren is a small, thick-set bird with sandy brown feathers and a tail that stands straight up. Its song is clear with shrill vibratos. It is about 9 to 10 centimetres tall and mainly eats insects and spiders. These little birds nest in parks and gardens, preferring hedges, shrubs and trees. They make up to three nests per year and have five to eight chicks.
The wren feels at home anywhere. On a nice wooden block, near the pond, or in a tree. When you have selected the perfect spot, you just need a hammer and a ladder to put it there. You don’t have to do anything else to enjoy your new bird.
Material and care
Main material: Weathering steel