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Like the Sedge Wren (Cistothorus stellaris), I presume Eastern Marsh Wrens that appear in more southerly areas to breed from mid-July and August bred further north during May through early July.
Thrunton: Buzzers, Shipman's, Sedges, Klinkhamers, Griffith's Gnats, Hoppers, CdC Shuttlecocks, Diawl Bachs, Damsels.
The domination of open sedge communities (shrubs present in only some places) was a likely important feature of mire (Drzymulska 2006a, 2010).
He didn't find the sedge along highways or around military airfields in the area.
A Gwynedd-ringed sedge warbler tracked to Mauritania - 2,300 miles.
The sedge family, Cyperaceae, is well-known to be diverse in Illinois, particularly within the genus Carex.
If you visit any patch of reedbed you should hear both sedge and reed warblers singing.
Energy Cranes International, a world leader in offshore lifting and handling services which includes Sparrows Offshore, Aberdeen Hydraulics and Baricon Systems, has appointed Doug Sedge as chief executive officer.
Chris Powell, from Llanharry, took an unusual approach to carp fishing when he drew the fish to the surface with floating dog biscuits then used a fly rod to cast out a sedge pattern fly to hook 39 to 10lb.
Based on hydrology and topography, the major community types (mesic woodland, roadside ditch and wet meadow, moist meadow, sedge meadow, and ditch fen) are described.
The Staubach Company announced the following new hires to the firm's New York Design and Construction Consulting Services (DCCS) group: Michael MeManus has joined as a senior project manager and Sedge Hahm has joined as a project manager.
Two other indoor/outdoor choices are the umbrella flat sedge (Cyperus alternifolius) and the airplane or spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum).
Deeprooted sedge typically establishes along roadside and right-of-ways, and then advances through forest edges into undisturbed areas under closed-canopy forest.
Most plants, including the asters, black-eyed Susans, and lantana, are nectar sources; larval plants include Asclepias and sedge.