The Wren
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Wren by Nicholas Day Prints A chance to own a signed, limited edition picture, (only 50 printed), by a notable Wildlife Artist using an original medium. At an affordable price!

These signed and numbered bird pictures by Nicholas Day are printed to a very high resolution and standard, on superb quality paper with fast inks to guarantee total colour strength for at least 80 years under normal conditions.

The detail illustrates the artist's unique style and medium.

The pictures are set in an acid-free mount measuring 15" by 12"(38cm by 30.5cm) and is delivered wrapped in a clear jacket.

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Image shown,"Wren Eyeing Bug On Fence Post"in an acid free mount.Size of the print is 12" by 15"(38cm by 30.5cm)This is signed and numbered limited edition of 50 only.Printed to a very high resolution and standard, on superb quality paper with fast inks to guarantee total colour strength for at least 80 years under normal conditions.You will be very impressed with the price and the quality of this mounted print.

All about the Wren

Wren-(Troglodytes troglodytes) AKA: Winter wren (N America)
The wren is a tiny brown bird, although it is heavier, less slim, than the even smaller goldcrest. It is dumpy, almost rounded, with a fine bill, quite long legs and toes, very short round wings and a short, narrow tail which is sometimes cocked up vertically. For such a small bird it has a remarkably loud voice. It is the commonest UK breeding bird, although it suffers declines during prolonged, severely cold winters.
Where does it live? Breeding, Mainly in deciduous and mixed woodland, with plenty of thick undergrowth. They spill over into hedgerows, orchards, park and gardens, and are also found on moorlands and islands.
Wintering Similar to breeding habitats
Where to see it Found across the UK in a wide range of habitats - woodland, farmland, heathland, moorland and islands. Most are found in deciduous woodland but it is least abundant in Scotland and northern England, with the smallest numbers found in upland areas. A regular visitor to most gardens.
What does it eat? Insects and spiders
What does it sound like? A loud ringing, warbling song; a loud, rattling call.
When to see it All year round.
Similar species Goldcrest, Dunnock
Did you know? The scientific name troglodytes literally means cave-dweller.
Vital Statistics
Eggs: 5-8
Incubation: 16 days
Fledging: 14-19 days
Length: 9-10cm
Wingspan: 13-17cm
Weight: 7-12g
UK breeding: 7.6 million territories

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