The Wren: A Biography

March 2, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

THE WREN This book was first published in 2018, has 181 pages, 12 chapters narrating a year-in-the-life biography of this wonderful small bird, enriched by numerous beautiful drawings and pictures of the wrens through out this book. The endpaper shows photos of small bird eggs. The book is dedicated to Mike Dolan, author’s father-in-law.. Originally from London, STEPHEN MOSS now lives with his wife and children in Somerset.Wren, Britain’s most common bird, is not so colourful, hops around like…

Anonymous says:

Astonishing biography of an enchanting little bird This must be THE authoritative book about the wren. The research is astonishing, not only for its wealth of facts but for the details of legends and poems from the ancient world to the present day. I love the wren even more since reading Stephen Moss’s beautiful affectionate writing. The illustrations are lovely too.

Anonymous says:

a really worthwhile read Excellent. Full of interesting facts and details. I think I enjoyed this book even more than I enjoyed Moss’ book about the robin – and that was really good! Stephen Moss is a top naturalist and birder, and a very observant writer. More, please!

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