Carolina wren


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Car·o·li·na wren

 (kăr′ə-lī′nə)
n.
A large wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) of eastern North America and parts of Central America, having a short tail and reddish underparts.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Carolina wren - large United States wren with a musical callCarolina wren - large United States wren with a musical call
jenny wren, wren - any of several small active brown birds of the northern hemisphere with short upright tails; they feed on insects
genus Thryothorus, Thryothorus - Carolina wrens
Translations
střízlík karolinský
troglodyte de Caroline
Carolina-winterkoning
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However, the only significant relationship was in the occupancy of Carolina wren, which was positively related to the variable.
Three species differentiated Sweet William from the other forests: Carolina Chickadee, Carolina Wren, and Kentucky Warbler.
Population Trends in Northern Populations of Carolina Wrens (Thryothorus ludovicianus).
During the breeding season, MM (43 species, 694 individuals) showed the Carolina Wren (A=102 inds.
Carolina wrens were more abundant in 3L sites than in heavy use sites burned in 2000 (3H), but there were no differences among other land use categories.
We've already seen several southern species like the Carolina wren, tit-mouse, cardinal, red-bellied woodpecker, and mockingbird move into New England.
New York's largest wren, the Carolina wren is the size of a small sparrow.
0 4 Wren dummy nests 0 15 Great crested flycatcher 5 0 American kestrel 9 0 Eastern screech owl 9 0 Wood duck 10 0 Eastern bluebird 4 1 Tree swallow 0 1 Northern Flicker 2 0 Carolina wren 1 0 Brown-headed cowbird 2 0 Total 46 73 * Two of the nests in the primary cavity were parasitized by brown-headed cowbird.
A well preserved adult Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus) us) was found in the stomach of an adult (TL = 987 mm) female canebrake from Baldwin County.
Nancy Simpson, Living Above the Frost Line: New and Selected Poems, Carolina Wren, 2010
The five-inch Carolina wren first introduced itself to me when I was visiting Long Island more than eight years ago.
Carolina Wren Press has produced a handsome chapbook here, fashioned out of Clarke's bloodwork, with a sewn spine and paper that hungers for timelessness.

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