If you wish to attract the House Wren to your yard, listed below are some food options these birds prefer.
To attract the House Wren to your your yard using bird feeders, listed below are some feeders they prefer to use. The pictures below are some examples of each category.
Any size, style, or shape of tube feeder can be used that is designed to be filled with hulled sunflower seeds, peanut hearts, or mealworms.
Any size, shape, or style of suet feeder, both a combination of suet and birdseed or just a single suet feeder.
Any size, style and shape of hopper feeder, able to be filled with hulled sunflower seeds or peanut hearts.
Any size, style or shape of platform feeder. All the feed mention above can be place into a platform feeder.
Any style, size or shape of meal worm feeders can be used.
Any style and shape of birdhouse that is closely related to interior dimensions of a 4" x 4" floor to a 5.5"W x 5.5"L floor. Walls that are 8" in height and an entry hole that is 1' in diameter placed 4" - 6" above the floor. A 1-1/8" diameter entry hole is also accepted. The entry hole can face in any direction 5' to 10' off the ground and within 100' of woody vegetation. Have enough space around the box so the wrens can fly freely from the entrance hole. If your going to place more than one birdhouse for the House Wren, space your birdhouses 100' apart to avoid territorial denomination and other birdhouses too.
Wrens are about the only birds that do not mind birdhouses that sway in the wind, when hung by a chain or nylon rope. Even though it is not necessary to buy one of these type of birdhouses.