Where do Eave Roosting Carolina Wrens lay there eggs?

by Wylie
(Pensacola, Florida)

This web site has informed me I have 2 Carolina Wrens roosting on the corner eave of my front porch. One came first and evidently found a mate so now I have 2 squeezed into this tiny corner. My Question: Where do they lay their eggs? They have not made a nest on the eave, and the space really doesn't seem large enough to support one, they just come to sleep at dusk and depart at dawn.

I don't have the equipment to upload a picture, but your site has the picture that matched my siting. Two balls of fuzzy brown feathers with white spots and tails hanging down the support post of the porch.

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