Frick and Frack: Final Decision


Frick and Frack decided to stay in the chiminea.  I was very excited to see three eggs in the nest.  The photo is not very good as I was trying to get the iphone to focus in the deep nest.  Carolina Wrens typically build nests 3 to 6 feet off the ground in a tree hole, but when they are around humans, they will be creative and build in whatever they find.

Unfortunately, the nest is on the porch where we like to eat our meals.  Frick and Frack were very unhappy with us last night and had quite a conference  with each other on what they should do.  We ended up eating quickly so the Wrens could return to their nest.

6 Comments on “Frick and Frack: Final Decision”

  1. Chloris says:

    How exciting and what pretty little eggs.

  2. Tina says:

    I take pottery classes through our local community college and the particular course I take is at an arts facility. The “barn” where newly low and high fired pieces has hosted a nest of Carolina wrens in one of the empty buckets. Mom and Dad flit around, just waiting for an opportunity to bring the kids their meals. It seems to be working out just fine, even though it’s a busy place. It’ll be fun for you to watch them!! Do post and often!

  3. Sheryl says:

    It will be fun to follow the story of Frick and Frack, and their little family. I’m looking forward to photos of the babies.

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