Appearance: The Carolina wren is a small bird about 5 1/2″ long, chunky shape with deep rusty brown above and cinnamon color below. Bold white stripe above the eye and throat. Down curved bill.
Winter diet: Insects and spiders.
Winter feeder food: Hulled sunflower seeds, peanut hearts, and suet.
Winter habitat: Carolina wrens spend winter in their year-round range which includes the states south and east of Nebraska as well as eastern portions of Mexico. They prefer brushy woods and wooded backyards.