Sleeping Carolina Wren – Part 2

  It’s been over a month now since discovering a Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) taking refuge in a barn swallow nest on our patio. The wren has been coming back night after night sleeping like a teenager for around 12 hours. With the day’s waning light it flies into the nest, fluffs itself up to…

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Sleeping Carolina Wren

Barn swallows built a nest two years ago on top of a wooden black bat, as in the mammal on our patio. We’ve left the nest alone. The nest has always remained just a swallow nest – until the last few days. Down feathers and other items kept appearing along the edges of this nest, as…

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