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    Worried about Carolina wren and her eggs

    Hey, I wanted to update you on "our" Carolina Wrens! Two of the three eggs hatched, and we got to watch both Mom and Dad feed and care for their babies for 12 days! This past Saturday we watched from inside as the little ones started flapping their wings and standing on the edge of the pot...
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    Worried about Carolina wren and her eggs

    Thank you for your replies! I sure hope the remaining eggs will hatch. I'll keep you posted!
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    Worried about Carolina wren and her eggs

    We have a Carolina wren that has built a nest in a potted plant on our back deck. We can see her in there sitting on the eggs, but sometimes she leaves for periods of time. I just looked at it (we can see in the nest without getting too close), and she is not in there. I also noticed that...