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.
What does CARW stand for?
CARW stands for Carolina Wren (bird species)
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- Carolinas Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (Garner, NC)
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- Capital Area Republican Women
- Carolina Western Railroad
- Certified Advanced Resume Writer (Career Directors International)
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- Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health
- Can't Afford Raleigh Yet (North Carolina)
- Center for at Risk Youth (Ein Yael Living Museum; Jerusalem, Israel)
- Concentrated Area of Relocated Yankees (Cary, North Carolina)
- Containment Area for Relocated Yankees (North Carolina)
- Citizens Against Repressive Zoning (New York)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
With my friend Steve it's the Carolina Wren and Northern Mockingbird, for both were singing the whole time--the mockingbird sometimes mimicking a wren--as we gathered in a cemetery to bid him farewell on a frosty winter morning.
When the Carolina wrens have nestlings clamoring for breakfast, they utilize a great many green cabbage worms.
75) Forest species or habitat generalists Carolina Wren 0.
For now it has stopped and the air is pierced by the deep-throated call of a Carolina wren.
But I was right -- it was a Carolina wren, according to the book.
Southern birds like the cardinal, titmouse, mockingbird, Carolina wren and red-bellied woodpecker have moved up here in great numbers during my lifetime.