Purchased from a collectable store that went out of business, this piece has been carefully checked, and is in perfect condition with the original box.
Interior: Nest with Eggs
Habitat: Gardens, hedgerows, brushy woods, wetlands, and other edges
Adult Weight: Approximately 1/3 - 2/3 ounce
Adult Length: 4-8 inches
Broods Per Year: 1
Clutch Size: 6 – 8
Call: Wrens are highly vocal and in many species, the males and females sing duets
Diet: Crawling insects and spiders
Life Expectancy: 2 – 3 years
Color: Brown with few markings
Behavior: Usually monogamous, but the male may have more than one mate at a time, and the female may raise a second brood with a new mate, leaving her young for the first male to raise.
State Bird Of: Arizona, South Carolina