Robert A. Cheke / June 2021 – vol. 114, issue 6, pp 359 In May 2020, a brood of five Wrens Troglodytes troglodytes was raised in a nest inside an old Barn Swallow Hirundo rustica nest at Bramley, Hampshire. The Swallow’s nest was attached to the underside of the ridge beam, 4 m above the ground, within the apex of a doorless gable-roofed shed. On 20th May, when the chicks were about a week old, I noticed an adult Wren pecking at s... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.