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The Wren Troglodytes troglodytes is one of Britain’s smallest and most widespread birds. With its low buzzing flight, its loud energetic song can be heard at any time throughout the year from high moors, hedgerows and thickets everywhere. During cold winter weather wrens puff out their feathers to conserve heat and may roost communally in cavities such as tree holes or walls. Its Latin name means ‘cave dweller’.

Photograph by Phil Johnston

About Phil Johnston

Phil has been a nature photographer since 2009. Spurred by a passion for the wildness and wildlife growing up in the outskirts of Edinburgh city, he has been awarded several times and became the Scottish Nature Photographer of the year in 2018

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