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Carolina Wren
Thryothorus ludovicianus

Featured image credit: “Carolina Wren” by DrPhotoMoto is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

To hear songs, learn identification information, migratory patterns, and some fun facts, check out the Carolina Wren page offered by one of my favorite resources: the Cornell Lab of Ornithology »

This little wren loves living here, and has built nests every year in a box full of tools, or in between two flower pots next to a door, in between my broom and walking sticks, you name it.

It bounces and hops around the patio bobbing it’s body up and down making a “chip chip chip” call, exploring the furniture, and whatever else is sitting around outside. It’s pretty loud for a small bird (which is probably why I often notice when it’s around calling for attention) but the bobbing up and down cuteness factor really can’t be beat.

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