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Over the past five years our monitoring at West Rutland marsh has not  
identified a Sedge Wren.  This does not guarantee that Sedge Wren are not  present.  
However, as the name implies, their preferable habitats are  sedges and wet 
meadow grasses.  Some 25-30 years ago Sedge Wrens were  observed at the north 
end by the Pleasant Street bridge.  The habitat has  since changed somewhat and 
has been replaced by alders.
 
Cheers,
Roy Pilcher
Proctor, Vermont

Speaking the same  language.