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Carolina Wren

Thryothorus ludovicianus


A small, chunky bird with a round body and a long tail that it often cocks upward. It has a distinctive bill, which is long, slender, and downcurved. Both males and females have bright, unpatterned reddish-brown coloring on their back and wings, with tan-orange underparts. They also have a long white eyebrow stripe.


I spotted this wren at Pratt Nature Center. It was flying around the goat and cow pastures and spent a lot of time hopping around a woodpile with her fledglings.


See spotting of one of her fledglings here:

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Christine Y.
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Christine Y.

New York, USA

Spotted on Jul 2, 2016
Submitted on Jul 3, 2016

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