House Wren

 

Troglodytes aedonTroglodytes aedon, the House Wren. Don’t think I’ve so noticed or appreciated the yellow of the lower part of the bill before.Troglodytes aedonHard to miss when they’re singing, characteristically from an open, exposed spot above their territory. This year, I’ve seen/heard them in Jamaica Bay, Native Flora Garden, and Prospect Park. Last year a pair were nesting in the back of a light fixture over an entrance to the Midwood in Prospect.Troglodytes aedon

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