A Wren flew into my house today, I am reminded of Celt bird lore...a Wren is an embodiment of the divine feminine, but was oddly known as the 'king' of birds due to her immense singing voice. Due to this, she was beloved by Bards and thought to inspire joy, light heartedness, and creativity in all it's forms...message received and understood!!
Fancy seeing more of this small in stature, but big in personality little chap in your garden? Wrens look for places with lots of lovely nest sites and plenty of tasty insects to snack on, so grow dense thickets, make log piles, plant hedges where you can and cloak walls and fences with climbers, preferably over a trellis #homesfornature Photo by Lloyd Spitalnik
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The splendid 'Fairy Wren' (Malurus splendens), also known simply as the 'Splendid Wren' or more colloquially in Western Australia as the 'Blue Wren', is a passerine bird of the Maluridae family. It is found across much of the Australian continent.