Carolina Wrens have roosted this winter in an old nest of theirs from last year
in the rafters of our back porch. Recently, they have been “re-habbing” the old
place, and seem to have converted it from the usual
dome with a side entrance to a “two-door”. Now, we have seen a Wren carrying
some sort of caterpillar or grub to the nest. Perhaps they already have eggs?
Lynne and Bob Davis
Seymour, Sevier County
March 17, 2019
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