Definition of Short-billed marsh wren
1. Noun. Small American wren inhabiting wet sedgy meadows.
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Literary usage of Short-billed marsh wren
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1. Field Book of Wild Birds and Their Music: A Description of the Character and by Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews (1921)
"short-billed marsh wren Cistothorus stellaris L. 4.50 inches May isth The range of the Short-billed March Wren is from southern Saskatchewan to southern New ..."
2. Report on the Birds of Pennsylvania: With Special Reference to the Food by Pennsylvania Ornithologist, Benjamin Harry Warren (1890)
"I am inclined to think the short-billed marsh wren is more plentiful and generally distributed, in suitable localities, throughout the state than it is ..."
3. History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania: From the Discovery of the by George Smith (1862)
"short-billed marsh wren. Rare 115. Troglodytes cedon. House Wren. Abundant, and deservedly a favorite. 116. ..."
4. Nests and Eggs of North American Birds by Oliver Davie (1900)
"Nutt. Orn. Club, July, 1877, p. 82. 724. short-billed marsh wren. ... The Short-billed Marsh Wren is a summer resident of Ohio, but here, as is the case ..."
5. Bulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia by Geographical Society of Philadelphia (1918)
"The winter wren and the short-billed marsh wren could neither of them be mistaken for the Carolina, as they are both about an inch and a half shorter and ..."
6. Everyday Adventures by Samuel Scoville (1920)
"The winter wren and the short-billed marsh wren could neither of them be mistaken for the Carolina, as both are about an inch and a half shorter and lack ..."