Audubon's Aviary: Part I of The Complete Flock

By James Tarmy - 2013-03-07T23:44:34Z

Photograph by New York Historical Society via Bloomberg

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"Carolina Wren" (1822)

Audubon saw the Carolina Wren in Louisiana. "When satiated with food, or fatigued with these multiplied exertions, the little fellow stops, droops his tail, and sings with great energy a short ditty something resembling the words "come-to-me, come-to-me," the artist wrote.