This house wren couple are not camera shy when they have young to feed!
Often I inspect the produce in the garden and find I’m hard pressed to locate insect pests, yet these little 10 gram (0.35 ounce) songbirds will fly into the garden on seemingly endless trips and find insects to feed their young.
I have been building the population of these birds in and around my garden by installing nest boxes. The best houses are small, with 2.4 cm (15/16ths inch) entry holes designed to keep other larger birds out.
House wrens are well adapted to summering here in this North American cold climate location (Wisconsin), but the range of these birds is nearly all of the Americas.