Eurasian Wren, Troglodytes troglodytes

 

Eurasian Wren Troglodytes troglodytes

One of my woodlannd birds

1440-wren-af2t3537I have been hearing the wren from my woodland bird hide since it was built in the early spring of this year. Just lately I have been seeing them briefly as they forage for food. The main thing that people notice about the wen in the enormous voice it had its song is piercing. The wren is not our smallest bird that distinction goes to the goldcrest with the wren not much bigger.

The wren likes to skulk around in the undergrowth looking for a meal; they feed on insects and spiders and occationally sow themselves for a few seconds.

If you are interested in photographing the woodland birds take a look on this link for details http://www.wildlife-photography.uk.com/blog/?page_id=10201

 

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Ron McCombe

I am a full time wildlife photographer living in the Scottish Borders. I do most of my photography in Scotland in the Highlands and Islands as well as the Scottish Borders. I also travel to Northern Scandinavia, North America, Canada and South Africa to photograph birds and mammals. I organize workshops and deliver illustrated talks on birds and wildlife. My work has been featured in many magazines and publication and I have written just one book so far entitled “Wildlife through my Viewfinder” which is a collection of photographs and the stories behind them. I hope you enjoy this blog and website. I will try to update it as often as possible. I have recently started a newsletter, if you would like to receive it please sign up using the button on the front page of my website www.wildlife-photography.uk.com

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