Photo Share: Carolina Wren

Robbikal Adlim Thursday, November 21, 2013
Carolina Wren
We can see the Carolina Wren year-round in mid-Michigan, however a winter of frigid temperatures with ice and snow can decimate an otherwise healthy population. Fortunately, the effects of such disasters are only temporary and populations recover within a few years.

To help your wrens in cold weather you can provide quality suets or nuts to eat and put up roosting pockets for them to pop into when the winds blow.

Related Articles:
- What’s the best suet for Michigan wild birds?
- Quick Fun Facts on Wrens
- Surviving Winter, the Bird Way  

- Roosting Pockets: Warm Shelter from Frosty Winds
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