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Year-Round Giving: Birding: Carolina Wren

October 19, 2014

Birding: Carolina Wren

Carolina Wren

The Carolina Wren can be found hopping in and around bushes and dense brush piles. They are a common visitors to bird feeders but the bulk of their diet comes from insects. Their song is surprisingly loud for their little size. Only the male sings the loud song otherwise sexes are similar. The Carolina Wren pairs with its mate for life. The Carolina Wren takes up residence in the Eastern part of the United States.

Carolina Wren



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