Carolina Wrens often nest in the greenhouse. This time, their nest is in a one-gallon pot on the shelf by the door (close to where I put my tools).
Grass, straw, twigs, moss, and a few feathers. Looks comfy and cozy.
It looks like there are at least three eggs in there ... can't tell for sure till I go out with a flashlight to get a better look.
Fortunately, Mrs. Wren isn't too spooked by my comings and goings (which I'm trying to keep to a minimum now). She leaves the nest when I get too close, but returns soon afterward. I'm happy that this spring's nest is in such a convenient spot, so I can easily check on the progress of the eggs and the resulting baby birds.
Goes without saying that I will NOT be replacing that particular missing window pane anytime soon.