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Singing Eurasian Wren in Winter (1 Viewer)

bongofury

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For the last few mornings, a Wren has been singing at my local railway station in the dark at around 7.30am. I know Robins sing all year round, but I've not heard of Wrens doing so. I've tried Googling it but I just get hits on 'Winter Wren'.
 

Andrew Whitehouse

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Scotland
Wrens sing pretty much all year too, Steve. At least in Aberdeen the only birds I regularly hear singing in late autumn/early winter are Robin, Wren and Dipper.
 
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