Wren

Troglodytes troglodytes

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By the tall dark fir tree he sings
  Morn after morn still,
Shy and bold he flits and sings
  Tinily sweet and shrill.
      As I go out
His song follows me about...

John Freeman

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The Wren is one of our smallest birds, so a good hide is almost essential to get close enough. The feeding hide at Moore Nature Reserve has been a good spot for me. The Wrens often perch on the branches and stumps close to the hide.  

The other images here are from Great Orme and Pennington Flash.

RSPB information

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