Thryothorus Ludovicianus

A very common, 5 1/2 inch bird, native to Virginia all year round.

Males are rusty brown head and back with an orange-buff flanks. A prominent white eye stripe with an upward cocked tail.

Females are the same.

Juveniles are the same.

Carolina Wrens eat insects, fruit, suet and a few seeds. They love mealworms too! They love to nest and roost in piles of brush.