We have had one group of three fledge late last week somewhere near our house, and as usual they practiced their flying, with the parent birds instructing them constantly, in a protected area between our house and garage, where they "fly" from the stone floor to a chair seat, then to a table top, then into a stone wall covered in vines, where they find things to eat. It is a delightful scene to see and hear.
south side of Mount Sequoyah, Fayetteville
From: The Birds of Arkansas Discussion List <ARBIRD-L...> on behalf of dianemarie yates <maribird...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2018 11:55:44 AM
Subject: Re: Carolina Wrens
Strange thing, I wasn’t seeing or hearing any CARW all spring and the latter half of winter—for the first time. Just a couple days ago I started hearing them again, and came across a nest on the back porch—tilted sideways in an old hanging basket liner on a container against the wall. 1st just one egg, then yesterday 5. In late afternoon the sitting bird spooked and flew at my face!