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House Wren Bird House Plans
House Wrens prefer forest edges, open woodlands, swamps, city parks, and suburban areas. A wide variety of sites are used for nesting. Nest boxes are readily accepted, and other, more unusual, locations noted include cans in garbage heaps, large abandoned hornet nests, old shoes, boots, hats, or the pockets of a scarecrow. Once an appropriate site is selected, the wrens fill the nest cavity with coarse twigs, sticks, and grass. The nest is lined with feathers, wool, hair, or catkins.



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