Initialed on the Front - Signed and Dated on the Back
Captured - February, 2008
About the Carolina Wren:
This little cutie sings one of the loudest songs per volume of bird!!
The Carolina Wren's "peabody, peabody, peabody" is a familiar song across the southeastern US. It is a common bird in urban areas, and is more likely to nest in a hanging plant than in a birdhouse.
The Carolina Wren is a small buffy songbird with rust colored underparts. They keep their tail held upward. They've got a white eyestripe and they sing their fool little heart's out and their song is LOUD! The Carolina Wren sings a loud, repeated series of several whistled notes: "peabody, peabody, peabody".
Other songs include a loud chatter and a rising and falling "cheer, cheer, cheer".
These darling little birds are my personal favorite.
Both sexes of the Carolina Wren are the same color. The male is just slightly larger than the female.
Size: Only 5 to 6 inches in length Wingspan: 11 inches Weight: A mere 0.64 to 0.78 ounces
The Carolina Wren's conservation status is "Abundant". The populations are stable or increasing with significant range expansion since the early 1900s.
Donna Kennedy is willing to sell this fantastic piece of art.
19.99 USD (5.50 USD S&H)
8 1/2 X 11 - Nature Wildlife Photography - Archival Matte Photography Paper
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