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.
Nature Note: Boisterous and loud, a Carolina wren is easy to identify from a great distance by its call.
The current atlas shows northward movement for several species including black vulture, Carolina wren, and hooded warbler.
She is the author of three books of poetry--Dead on Arrival, Dead on Arrival and New Poems, and Masks--all published by Carolina Wren Press.
Southern birds like the cardinal, titmouse, mockingbird, Carolina wren and red-bellied woodpecker have moved up here in great numbers during my lifetime.
"What we gained were suburban species like the red-bellied woodpecker and Carolina wren. The changes from the first atlas in the 70s reflected a dramatic increase in those birds that thrive on carved-up landscape," he said.
Early-morning birdsong is quieting down, though the Carolina wren continues to sing like Pavarotti.
There was also a Carolina wren, a red-winged blackbird, a ring-necked pheasant and a hermit thrush.
And the Carolina wrens that nest every summer in the hanging ferns under the eaves will sometimes stand on a fence post and chirrup their own irritation into the grey sky.
The 2016 study focused on song birds such as Eastern Bluebirds, House Wrens, Carolina Wrens, Carolina Chickadees and Tufted Titmice.
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.
Population Trends in Northern Populations of Carolina Wrens (Thryothorus ludovicianus).
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