The tiny wren can be found in almost any habitat where there are insects to eat and bushes or rock crevices in which to build their domed nest out of moss and twigs. Wrens usually eat close to the ground, using their pointed bill to snack on insects, spiders and other small morsels. They also eat seeds and berries. This bird was defending it young from a pair of Magpies when this image was taken.
Location: Crossness, Belvedere, Kent
Photographer: Dave Saunders