Marsh wrens

Ridout, Christine F.
April 1998
New York State Conservationist;Apr98, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p26
Features the different species of marsh wrens. Color and size; Migration pattern; Mating behavior; Nest building; Impact of the destruction of habitats in the United States and Canada on the wren population.


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