Bird Details
Carolina Wren
Color: Brown
Size: 5.5"
Season: Year-round
Description: A small, brown bird with a short tail, often held upright. Buff coloring below with a distinct white eyebrow.
Voice: A loud, clear, and rolling teakettle teakettle teakettle or cheeseburger cheeseburger cheeseburger.
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Habitat: Forest understory, thickets, suburban and rural areas.
Interesting Fact: The Carolina Wren is among the most common and vivacious backyard birds in Arkansas. It is well known for nesting in hanging bike helmets, barbecue grills and flowerpots.
Scientific name: Thryothorus ludovicianus
Order: Passeriformes
Family: Troglodytidae

Adult
Howard Eskin

Adult on the nest in a pair of shoes
Dan Scheiman

Adult
Dan Scheiman
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