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  1. Paul H Gianadda
    May 21, 2018

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    Last year the #$%^& Wrens were terrors. We had 5 Bluebird eggs and then from 1 day to the next the Wren poked holes in the eggs and threw them out of the nest box on the ground.
    2 years ago we had a successful year with I think 3 fledglings.
    This year haven’t seen any Bluebirds yet and constantly fighting off sparrows and wrens back and forth.

    • A. T. Baron

      A. T. Baron
      May 29, 2018

      Since House Wrens are a protected species in the U.S., the best we can do is make our nest boxes as unappealing to them as possible without harming the birds. Using strategic placement and consistent monitoring are some of the best techniques.

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