Carolina Wren


(Thryothorus ludovicianus)

It has been said that, of all North American songbirds, Carolina Wren has the loudest song for its size. I call it the wheateater bird for one of its numerous phrases, “wheateater, wheateater, wheateater, whit.” State bird of South Carolina.

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