Hi everyone, I'm new to this site but I am hoping to be a member of this community for a long time to come. I live in a rural area in northeast Ohio. I live on a small farm with a lot of woods, a small lake, and a small stream so I see quite a variety of birds. This spring we were regularly visited by 3 huge tom turkeys along with about 20 or so hens. Just a few weeks ago (in November) I spotted a couple of bluebirds, I am hoping that means that we are going to have a mild winter.
Anyway, my question is about a bird that I've seen several times lately, but oddly enough not at all during the spring and summer. The bird, I believe is a Carolina Wren. The coloring/markings are exact however the bill appears to be longer than I've seen in pictures. This bird has a bill similar in size to the bill of a nuthatch. This bird also frequently visits my window seed feeder which I didn't think was a habit of the Carolina wren. Is there any other bird that this could be?