|A profile of the cute Carolina Wren.|
The Carolina Wren is dark reddish-brown on its upper half and buffy-colored on its lower. Most notably, it sports an iconic white eyebrow. I see it often jumping around in downed trees and bushes and occasionally clinging to trees.
It finds the perfect spot and lets out the loudest song in the forest.
San Antonio, Texas
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5/21/22 - The Carolina Wren has become a frequent presence on my bird walks around town. This songstress of the forest loves to sing loudly over other nearby birds. The up-and-down of its melodic song is bouncy and omnipresent.
I remember getting my first good look at this bird and its white eyebrow when I lived in an apartment across town. It was perched on the railing of the dog park singing its heart out.
|This Carolina Wren is perched giving a good view of its buffy-colored underside.|
|Singing what I feel is the loudest song in the forest.|
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- Listen to the bouncy song of the Carolina Wren. Its loud song seems to permeate the forest and sound omnipresent. Some days it is a non-stop ambient song in all of my recordings.
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- This recording includes both the song and call. Listen and watch for the trill.
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- Another type of Carolina Wren call. This call is two sharp overslurs.