I have a nest of wrens. It was a nice warm day today, so I was sitting outside reading on the deck after work and noticed a wren carrying a bug over to a corner of my deck where I have a bunch of gardening supplies stacked up. Then I saw the grass/straw sticking out of the watering can that's lying on its side on top of a small table but under a larger one. So, after it flew away, I went over to peek. Yep, I've got a few little baby wrens nested in my watering can. I've never seen a wren's nest up close...wow, what an elaborate ordeal! I can't see inside well to see the babies, mostly can just see little beaks sticking up. I tried getting a photo, but couldn't get enough light inside to get a photo to come out (and no way to stabilize my hand to take a longer exposure photo either). So, no pictures. If I sit quietly again tomorrow, I might have more luck getting photos of mom and dad. I looked up the fledging age for Carolina wrens (that's what I think they are...they have a white bar over the eyes...definitely wrens), and it's about 2 weeks...then a little more time for them to be fully independent of mom and dad. Phew! They should be fully fledged and on their own by the time I need to move the patio furniture and gardening supplies, so will be able to safely clean out their nest. I can't wait to watch them fledging!