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Q: What species of bird did darwin's wrens and goshawks turn out to be?
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Wrens are a type of bird. Wrens can also refer to members of the former Women's Royal Navy Service. It is also a surname.

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What kind of bird would remove baby birds from a nest before they even get feathers?

It is very common for House Wrens to remove baby birds of other species from their nest before they get too heavy for them to pick up. Usually after about 4-7 days of development, the babies are safe from a House Wren due to their weight. House Wrens will often Take out the babies and drop them to the ground, and then either build their own nest or simply disappear. House Wrens however are a protected species and therefore they and their eggs/babies cannot legally be harmed.

Is a wren an small singing bird?

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