Bewick’s Wren

We don’t see a lot of Bewick’s Wrens around our home for some reason.

But this one has been hanging around the past few weeks.

I first noticed it checking out both the roost and nest boxes on the front porch.

Lately, it’s been a regular visitor to the suet feeder.  I don’t recall ever having a Bewick’s Wren visit a suet feeder before.  At this home or the one we lived in previously.

I hope it sticks around but avoids the Cooper’s Hawk that also likes to visit the suet feeder.

Bewick's Wren

Cooper's Hawk and Suet

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4 Responses to Bewick’s Wren

  1. Robert says:

    It’s been quite a while since I’ve seen a Bewick’s Wren. I thought I found one by the sound, but it turned out to be a Song Sparrow imitating and Bewick’s Wren.

  2. jen says:

    I love that Cooper’s Hawk shot… I am very curious what you have in your suet feeder.. Is it some kind of corn meal mash?

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  4. Shelli says:

    It’s been quite a while since I’ve seen a Bewick’s Wren. I thought I found one by the sound, but it turned out to be a Song Sparrow imitating and Bewick’s Wren.
    +1

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