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Young wren name: chick
Female wren: cow
Male wren: bull
A group of wrens is called: herd, cabinet
Wren class: Bird
The wrens are passerine birds in the mainly New World family Troglodytidae. There are about 80 species of true wrens in about 20 genera, though the name is also ascribed to other unrelated birds throughout the world. Only one species occurs in the Old World, where it is commonly known simply as the Wren; it is called Winter Wren in North America.
The 27 Australasian wren species in the family Maluridae are unrelated, as are the New Zealand wrens in the family Acanthisittidae, the antwrens in the family Thamnophilidae, and the wren-babblers of the family Timaliidae.
Troglodyte means cave-dweller
and the wrens get their scientific name from the tendency of some species to forage in dark crevices. They are mainly small and inconspicuous
except for their loud and often complex songs. These birds have short wings and have conceptious eyesight(they cannot see at night). Several species often hold their tails upright and sleep on the ground. All are insectivorous
though some also feed on vegetable matter
and the largersometimes notably boldspecies in of the genus Campylorhynchus will take small vertebrates (e.g. lizards).
The various species occur in a wide range of habitats, ranging from dry, sparsely wooded country to rainforest. The vast majority are found at low levels, but some members of the genus Campylorhynchus and both members of the genus Odontorchilus are commonly found at canopy height. A few species, notably the Winter Wren and the House Wren, are often associated with humans. Most species are non-migratory, remaining in Central and South America all year round, but the few temperate species typically migrate to warmer climes in winter. Wrens build dome-shaped nests, and may be either monogamous or polygamous, depending on species.
What do you call a baby wren?
What do you call a female wren?
What do you call a male wren?
What do you call a group of wrens?
Question: What class is a wren in?