A pair of Carolina wrens call back and forth across the yard, the female responding to each exuberant outpouring with the same terse note.


    1. I guess. Many species of wrens finish each other’s songs — the technical term is counter-singing.

  1. in the still of night a small bird calls ‘wait for me, wait for me’
    syncopated sonar, a daytime sound transposed to a darker key.

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