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Had two Carolina wrens at my feeders (suet, mostly) off and on all winter. It is a true delight to hear one (?) calling intermittently these spring mornings. They made it! 
  Tom Slayton

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> On May 17, 2016, at 11:34 AM, Rich Wickman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
> We have a pair of Carolina's nesting on our side porch.  They spent the
> cold winter
> nights up in the rafters and have stayed on.   This past Saturday.  2
> babies fledged.  Parents are continuing to feed them; they are still in the
> area.  However, there are still at least 2 remaining in the next that are
> being fed.   Is unsynchronized fledging unusual??  In the past, robins and
> house wrens have used the same porch, and the kids all left on the same
> day.    It seem unusual to have a span of at least 4 days.
> 
> They are a joy to watch.
> Rich Wickman
> Middlebury
> 
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