Each spring, birders anxiously wait the return of so many bright and colorful birds like orioles, hummingbirds, and warblers. But, what about House Wrens? I know a lot of birders who are almost as excited to see the first House Wren in their backyards as they are about some of the more flashy species.
This species doesn’t migrate very far with many staying in the southern United States during the winter months. This means that they end up being a pretty early migrant. You can see where they have been reported so far this year on eBird.
Have you seen a House Wren yet this year?