Central Park Wren

We heard the Carolina wren singing its sweet little “teakettle” song which led us to the bird. The wren might be making a nest in the log. You can see the wren’s shadow on the log in the third photograph.

10 thoughts on “Central Park Wren

  1. singlikewildflowers 2023-03-14 / 3:48 pm

    Nice photos of the Carolina wren. I’m fascinated when bloggers identify birds by their songs…how do you it?! I’m confident of only a crow’s caw. lol.
    I hope it’s nest building is going smoothly. Fantastic spot for one!


      • singlikewildflowers 2023-03-16 / 2:59 am

        My kiddos and I recently learned to tell the difference between a raven and a crow. But I don’t remember too well now. ack, my terrible memory!!
        I can imagine the difficulty of discerning bird sounds. But yay, you know the Carolina wren. They sound marvelous and musical. Thank you for sending the link. It’s a fantastic website to learn about birds. We’ll check it out some more.

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  2. derrickjknight 2023-03-14 / 5:46 am

    So very well captured, Sherry. Wonderful images, especially the singing beak and the shadow


  3. shoreacres 2023-03-14 / 5:29 am

    I once spent almost a full year trying to track down the bird that was singing far more loudly than a mockingbird around my apartment. When I finally spotted it, it was a wren: such a big voice in such a small bird! The second photo’s adorable.


    • Sherry Felix 2023-03-14 / 8:44 am

      Carolina wrens are remarkably loud. The bubbling song of a house wren is a little less noisy. Thanks for the comment.

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