Wren – 1894

Troglodytes parvulus – A common resident

Very abundant in our grounds, where we used to detect numerous nests. One we found was lined with the feathers of a Sparrow Hawk’s breast, so the birds had evidently availed themselves of one that had been shot in an adjoining plantation. A pair of Wrens passed the whole of one severe winter in one of our green-houses where they seem to have found plenty of food.

Mathew M.A. 1894, Birds of Pembrokeshire and its Islands

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