April 5, 2013

Spring Bird Song Crash Course day four – Carolina Wren


Along with the chickadee, titmouse and cardinal the Carolina Wren adds a bright, loud song to New England backyards. This wren’s two most distinctive songs are the rolling, “tea-kettle,tea-kettle, tea-kettle” or an up-slurred, fast paced “churrily-churrily-churrilythis rolling song can speed up to an almost “purr.”

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