Wrens and sparrows are not too ignoble a quarry for this villainous gos-hawk!
In fact, he wrote almost as much about the habits of trout as about wrens.
Jan went out into the Wrens' garden and through Anthony's gate.
On his last morning he sought and found her beside the sun-dial in the wrens' garden.
The wrens were not afraid, but they were so small he could not hit them.
Had ever a pair of wrens quarters so ample,—a whole cottage to themselves?
The wrens fluffed themselves, scolded it, and told it to get up.
Watch the wrens returning to the nest; what do they carry to their young?
The boxes for bluebirds and wrens should be smaller and have only one compartment.
But the chief singers were the olive-backed thrushes and the winter wrens.