Winter wrens have a range of approximately 5,430,000 square kilometers with about 36,000,000 individuals. They are found in the temperate northern hemisphere, including Europe, much of Asia, and North America. There are some gaps in this range, including a large part of Turkmenistan. Winter wrens are most common in eastern and western North America and Eurasia.
Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native ); palearctic (Native ); mediterranean sea (Native )
Other Geographic Terms: holarctic
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