Thyrothorus wren is a stable resident of the southeastern United States. The distribution of this species extends from the Atlantic coast to Texas, Nebraska, Kansas and eastern Oklahoma. The species drifted south to Mexico and the northeastern corner of the Yucatan Peninsula and parts of Central America. Under unprecedented circumstances, the state of Carolina’s w sound was recorded in the westernmost states of New Mexico and Colorado, and the northernmost states of Quebec, New Brunswick and Maine. Carolina w inhabits a variety of habitat types from undergrowth to dense swamps. Moist woodland is the preferred habitat type, and moderate to dense bushes or undergrowth are vital habitat requirements. Examples of habitats in Carolina include wooded riparian zones, wooded swamps, bushes, undergrowth, bushes, logs, decaying timber, farmyards, forests, suburban gardens, hills of oak and palm trees , Lonely trees and ancient huts on the prairie.
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