Carolina Wren. (Photo: PhotographyCorner.com)
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Thursdays are Bird Days on THV 11 at Noon. This week, Kirsten Bartlow with Arkansas Game and Fish Commission joined us to discuss the Carolina Wren.
Bartlow said they are in Arkansas year-round and do not migrate. They are very common and abundant throughout the Eastern United States. They're also known for nesting pretty much anywhere, including in little-used bar-b-que grills, a boot left out on the porch, old vehicles that are parked in one place for a prolonged period, etc.
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