If there's a small brown bird trying to build a nest in a dumb place, it's probably a Carolina Wren.
I joke, but there was at least one spring growing up where my parents couldn't use the range hood on their stove because Carolina Wrens built a nest in the exhaust vent.
At another house, I thought neighborhood kids were trying to mess with us by stuffing our wall-mounted mailbox full of sticks every single day--until I realized that all of the sticks were tiny, uniformly matchstick-sized and there was a small brown bird that seemed to be yelling at us every time we came out of our front door. We bought a small birdhouse, hung it in a tree twenty feet away, and everyone was much happier.
They're very fun and active birds to watch. You usually hear them before you see them. And when a nest is built in an appropriate place, it's exciting to watch the doting parents and peek in on the babies.
This little painting is something of an experiment. I'm trying to engage my toddler in some creative activities keep her busy and to keep me sane. The drawing of the wren itself is all me, but the leaves are actually her little watercolor paintings that I layered together in my painting program (Procreate) and added into this piece.