Information about the Carolina Wren:
The Carolina Wren is a Passerine bird common to the forests, swamps and meadows of the Southeastern parts of the United States. As far as wrens go, it is one of the larger ones - about 6-7 inches long (14 cm) Noted much for it's song, the Carolina Wren's call is thought to sound like "teakettle-teakettle-teakettle",
which is very different from the other wrens. This songbird is very susceptible to long periods of cold weather, and often after long and frigid winters, the population will drop. However, this is usually corrected by the birds high productivity in the following years. The Carolina Wren is the state bird of South Carolina.
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