Most common in the East and South East North American regions, the Carolina wren can frequently be found around homes and gardens where they are most likely having their fill of insects and spiders. They have also been known to partake in some fruits in the wild or from feeders.
Nervous in appearance (and perhaps a tad shy), these wrens are usually heard more than seen. Males and females have identical plumage, males are generally a bit thicker around the waist (aren’t we all).
Suggested Feeder Types: Ground ,