“Our” Carolina Wren seems to have found a cozy nighttime roost, at the very top of our full woodshed. Every morning, we hear it singing but can’t see it because it’s back a little way, tucked under the metal roof, protected from rain, snow, sleet and predators. The three cords of wood might even produce a bit of heat! - After a few minutes of chirping and churring, it comes to the front of the pile, peeping out from between big chunks of wood, and then flies off to begin its day.
Maeve Kim, Jericho Center