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Very closely related to the Marsh Tit and found in similar habitats. Larger white cheeks, more diffuse black bib and its dull black cap distinguish it was the Marsh Tit.
The Wren is found across the whole of the UK all year round. Least abundant in Scotland and northern England, with smallest numbers found in uplad areas. Easily recognised by its small size abd cocked tail.
This slim, elegant summer visitor can be seen late March to September time in central and eastern England, eastern Wales, & south ern Scotland. A good place to look for them is lowland grasslands where cattle are being grazed.