Wren Sound Recordings Lowell MA

Local resource for wren sound recordings in Lowell, MA. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to wren sound recordings, purple wren song recordings, and wren bird houses, as well as advice and content on attracting wrens, wren feeders, wren types, and wren descriptions.

Railyard Model Trains
(978) 453-8709
14 Loon Hill Road
Dracut, MA
 
Trains on Tracks
(978) 256-3465
21 Summer Street
Chelmsford, MA
 
Hobby Emporium
(978) 649-5055
TJ Maxx Plaza
Tyngsboro, MA
 
BD Speed and Hobby Shop
(603) 889-3576
6 Progress Avenue
Nashua, NH
 
Robbie's Hobbies
(603) 894-1179
450 South Broadway
Salem, NH
 
Maine Trains
(978) 250-1442
210 Boston Road # 3
Chelmsford, MA
 
Hobby Fever
(978) 667-1600
279 Boston Road Unit 1
Billerica, MA
 
Modeler's Junction
(978) 683-0885
88 Lowell Street
Methuen, MA
 
RC Buyers Warehouse
(603) 595-2494
95 Northeastern Blvd
Nashua, NH
 
Treasured Toys
(603) 898-7224
5 N Broadway
Salem, NH
 

House Wren

House Wren

Troglodytes aedon L 4 ¾ " (12cm)

Photo by Maslowski Wildlife Productions.

Listen to a house wren.

Named for its tendency to nest in human-provided bird houses located near human houses, the house wren is one of our most familiar backyard birds. These hyperactive dark-brown mites sing a rich burbling warble that is a true sign of spring across much of the species' range, which covers all but the most southern parts of North America. As a cavity nest, house wrens compete with other birds, such as house sparrows, chickadees, titmice, nuthatches, and bluebirds. Despite their small size, house wrens are aggressive competitors for nest boxes, often piercing and ejecting eggs from a nest box. Indeed, bluebird landlords often locate their nest boxes far from woodland edges and human habitation in an attempt to discourage house wrens from taking over the boxes.

This sound file requires RealPlayer . Bird song courtesy of Lang Elliott, NatureSound Studio . ...

Author: Bird Watcher's Digest

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