At the Feeders and in the Trees #51

A new wren house was hung in the trees this spring and it didn't take long for the wrens to move in.

It didn't take long for small sticks and twigs to start sticking out from the open side vents on the house. 

The breeding pair work together filling the house and caring for their young. 

The wrens are very energetic as they bounce through the trees from branch to branch.

Their songs are rich and bubbling, and it doesn't take long to recognize them as they sing to each other. 

Both parents seem to feed the nestlings.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you enjoyed post #51 of At the Feeders and in the Trees. Happy birding - Judy. 

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  1.'s great to have new neighbors!

  2. These are beautiful pictures Judy! What an adorable family that has taken up residence in your new bird house. Thanks for sharing and happy Monday to you!

  3. Beautiful pictures of the birdhouse with the wren.
    It's good that you help the birds in this way, they really need it.
    Greetings Irma

  4. Wonderful photos! Have a grand weekend! Cathy