The male wren, also known as a ‘Troglodyte’ which means ‘cave dweller’, has constructed a globe-shaped nest using grass and moss in one of our Japanese kokedamas! The lucky female to choose his nest has lined it with feathers, doesn’t it look cosy?
The smooth, glossy eggs are small and white with reddish spots. Only the female incubates for about 15-20 days then the young are fed by both parents. They soon fledge and begin their journey out in the big wide world! We wish the young birds well on their journey and hopefully this nest will see another clutch soon.