Etta Stewart King
The loud, ringing call of the Carolina Wren is a common sound in southeastern woods, where it is heard even in winter. The bird has been called “mocking wren” because it sometimes sounds like a catbird, kingfisher or certain other birds. (Photo by Rachel Clinch) Get other facts about this bird: birdsandblooms.com
Lovely little things! My #interfloramum is not much of a "Bird Person" otherwise these little fellas. She believes that her Dad comes back into her life as a robin when things are getting a little tough. It is v odd because they do always seem to show up when she seems to need a pick me up!!!#Lovely!