The Carolina Wrens here in Florida seem to be a tiny bit chunkier than the ones I had seen up North in Eastern Tennessee. The Carolina Wren shown here was busily hunting for insects in the thick hedge in front of my porch. Carolina Wrens are round-shaped Cinnamon-Brown birds with long up-swept tail feathers. They have a white stripe above their eyes. Both genders look-alike.
Carolina Wrens are alert birds that don’t mind being around houses and structures. They are pretty active little birds that eat insects as well as fruits and berries. I have been seeing several kinds of small birds in my neighborhood in the last couple of weeks. I took these pictures on October 4, 2013. Please click on the thumbnail image to see the larger picture. Enjoy!