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CARWCarolina Wren (bird species)
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Canopy coverage and invertebrate biomass each appeared in the top-ranked models for one species, American robin and Carolina wren respectively, and each were positively related to the occupancy of that species.
During the breeding season, MM (43 species, 694 individuals) showed the Carolina Wren (A=102 inds.; FO= 68%) and Summer Tanager (A=98 inds.; FO= 50%) as the dominant species; SJS (49 species, 800 individuals) also showed the Carolina Wren as the most dominant species (A=74 inds.; FO= 53.4%) but included the Golden-fronted Woodpecker (A=75 inds.; FO= 52.3%) as the second.
An Apache stands in the shade of a juniper on the stony bank of the dry creek where the forest slopes to the valley floor and when he hears the squirrel's tuck-tuck-tuck-tuck he cups his hands in front of his mouth and produces the Carolina wren's deep-throated call.
New York's largest wren, the Carolina wren is the size of a small sparrow.
Evie Shockley's poems appear in her chapbook The Gorgon Goddess (Carolina Wren P, 2001), and in journals and anthologies
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
Together with its loud and distinctive song, a white stripe across the bird's head confirms that this is a Carolina wren. Wrens never fail to make me grin, what with their inspirationally inquisitive nature.
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.
This study provides the first description of the chromosomes of seven of these species: Cactus Wren (Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus), Rock Wren (Salpinctes obsoletus), Canyon Wren (Catherpes mexicanus), Carolina Wren (Thryothorus ludovicianus), Bewick's Wren (Thryomanes bewickii), Sedge Wren (Cistothorus platensis), and Marsh Wren (Cistothorus palustris).
Carolina wren, Corolina chickadee, common grackle and eastern towhee are not regular visitors to New Yolk Bird feeders.
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