Date: 2/10/19 9:27 am
From: EA <eaubrey...>
Subject: RE: [ia-bird] Carolina Wrens
I haven't seen mine since January 21, before the vortex but around the time of all the snow.

Elizabeth Aubrey
Iowa City

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From: 'Chris Edwards' via IA-BIRD <ia-bird...>
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2019 10:52
To: <ia-bird...>
Subject: [ia-bird] Carolina Wrens

For the past two years I've enjoyed a resident pair of Carolina Wrens in our yard and neighborhood. They were a welcome addition to our local avifauna, especially in the winter when they visited our suet feeder and I heard their trills and other vocalizations frequently. I haven't seen or heard them since the extreme cold weather last week and I suspect they may have perished. Has anyone else noticed a similar occurrence? Per the books 'Birds in Iowa' and 'The Iowa Breeding Bird Atlas,' populations in Iowa can abruptly disappear during winters with prolonged heavy snow cover and low temperatures.

Chris Edwards
Solon, IA


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