Carolina wren


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Synonyms for Carolina wren

large United States wren with a musical call

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Two foliage gleaning species, red-eyed vireo and Carolina wren were the only species found to have positive associations with either native plants or invertebrate biomass.
The Christmas Bird Count's 112 seasons have provided an overview of range and population changes, like the trend for southern birds, including our once-uncommon cardinals, tit-mice, Carolina wrens, mockingbirds, and red-bellied woodpeckers, to expand their ranges north with global warming.
The morning had passed slowly, another ho-hum morning of nothing save a plethora of juncos, chickadees, two cardinals, some blue jays, several Carolina wrens and a lonely mourning dove that should have been gone to Texas months ago.
From 2007 through 2010, we monitored reproductive success of Carolina wrens (Thryothorus ludovicianus) breeding along the forest floodplain of 2 mercury-contaminated rivers in Virginia.
Zickefoose recalls a pair of Carolina wrens that for years entered her house if she left the front door propped open.
But eventually he may freely tell others about the wonders of seeing winter's first warbler, hearing the harmonious honking of Canada geese, or recognizing a Carolina wrens song.
When the Carolina wrens have nestlings clamoring for breakfast, they utilize a great many green cabbage worms.
Southern species like cardinals, titmice, mockingbirds, Carolina wrens and red-bellied woodpeckers have moved in abundantly during my lifetime.
I saw no other bird species use or investigate the boxes, although other small cavity nesters such as Carolina Wrens (Thryothorus ludovicianus) and Tufted Titmice (Parus bicolor) breed in the park.
Some 112 Christmas Bird Count seasons have provided an overview of range and population changes, like the trend for southern birds, including our once-uncommon cardinals, titmice, Carolina wrens, mockingbirds and red-bellied woodpeckers, to expand their ranges north with global warming.
The 111 Christmas Bird Count seasons have provided an overview of range and population changes, like the trend for southern birds, including our once-uncommon cardinals, titmice, Carolina wrens, mockingbirds and red-bellied woodpeckers, to expand their ranges north with global warming.
New York State is so diverse geographically that there are dozens of different species of birds that come in to backyard feeders, from gray jays in the Adirondacks, to Carolina wrens on Long Island, to red-bellied woodpeckers in western New York, to wild turkeys in the Southern Tier.
A total of 111 Christmas Bird Count seasons has provided an overview of range and population changes, such as the trend for southern birds - including our once-uncommon cardinals, titmice, Carolina wrens, mockingbirds and red-bellied woodpeckers - to expand north with global warming, and the increased sightings of feeder-birds as development diminishes habitat and bird watching becomes more suburban and sedentary.
Surprisingly, they too were once uncommon southern birds here, as were Carolina wrens, 31 of which amounted to another new record this year.
Also, 59 horned larks; a record 1,366 black-capped chickadees; 25 brown creepers; 31 Carolina wrens, a new high; 48 golden-crowned kinglets; one ruby-crowned kinglet; 31 eastern bluebirds; two hermit thrushes; 2,255 American robins; one gray catbird; 23 northern mockingbirds; 2,760 European starlings; 175 cedar waxwings; two eastern towhees; 86 American tree sparrows; one chipping sparrow; one field sparrow; one savanna sparrow; 58 song sparrows; five swamp sparrows; 214 white-throated sparrows; 2,093 dark-eyed juncos; 13 snow buntings; 215 northern cardinals, a new record; 147 red-winged blackbirds, another record; one common grackle; 24 brown-headed cowbirds; 84 house finches; 449 American goldfinches; and 753 house sparrows.
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