Sometimes with each foot hooked around a separate stalk, the pugnacious
Marsh Wren clings to wetland plants, tail cocked and legs splayed. There are black-and-white stripes down its back and a white eyebrow in this rusty-brown wren. From the depths of the marsh where its hidden existence unfolds, it sings a quick-fire gurgling, trilling, and buzzy tune. Males build several nests under the cover of reeds and breed with more than one female. They also kill other Marsh Wrens’ nests and nestlings and marsh-nesting birds.
Ringtone, Alarm, Notification, SMS
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