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A bird that frequents marshes and reed beds, in particular:See also grassbird
- ‘The refuge initiated our annual marshbird surveys. which utilizes broadcast bird calls to elicit responses.’
- ‘In this paper, we present data on nesting success of the Brown-and-yellow Marshbird (Pseudoleistes virescens) and examine the effects of brood parasitism and nest-site selection on daily survival rates at different stages of the nesting cycle.’
- ‘Brood parasitism accounted for most of the egg losses and hatching failures in Brown-and-yellow Marshbird.’
- ‘The Marsh Bird Technicians will be responsible for surveying predetermined marsh habitat for secretive marshbird species through standardized protocols.’
- ‘These secretive marshbirds often remain hidden among the dense vegetation.’
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