Wren’Streamer

My brother Barry and his wife, Mica DeAngelis, have restored two vintage Airstreams and have travelled to the South and Southwest for Habitat For Humanity builds and general travel.  They have always been watchers of birds but recently have sort of caught the birding bug.  Barry got a new camera a few months ago and has been testing it out here and there — and captured this wonderful shot of a House Wren in their backyard.

Barry and Mica originally thought that this birdhouse was a gag gift but Momma wren has called it home for the last two years.  photo by Barry K. Mansfield, Burlington, VT

Barry and Mica originally thought that this birdhouse was a gag gift but Momma wren has called it home for the last two years. photo by Barry K. Mansfield, Burlington, VT

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One Response to Wren’Streamer

  1. Jeff Jones says:

    This is an adorable pic! We had some wrens a few years ago that put a nest in the corner of our wood fence. They are one of more resourceful nesters I’ve seen. I hear people talk all the time about a pair of boots they left outside and found them inhabited.

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