Definition of wrentit in English:

wrentit

Syllabification: wren·tit
Pronunciation: /ˈrentit
 
/

noun

A long-tailed North American songbird that is the only American member of the babbler family, with dark plumage.
  • Chamaea fasciata, family Timaliidae
More example sentences
  • For some reason, this hole was never used but further upstream, a nesting cavity, which a wrentit had used the previous summer to raise its young, became the perfect site for a pair of house wrens to raise their brood.
  • Down in the canyon, I often see the house wren, acorn and Nuttall's woodpeckers, wrentit, and, in winter, the yellow-rumped warbler.
  • Other birds you might see include wrentits, red-tailed hawks, and several species of sparrows in winter.

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