sedge warbler


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sedge warbler

a European songbird, Acrocephalus schoenobaenus, of reed beds and swampy areas, having a streaked brownish plumage with white eye stripes: family Muscicapidae (Old World flycatchers, etc.)
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Significant increases in the populations of target species at Zwarte Meer, namely bittern (seven breeding pairs), great reed warbler (40 pairs), Savi s warbler (60 pairs) and sedge warbler (at least 165 pairs), with half of this expected to be achieved within the project period;
Reed buntings also continue to do well, as do sedge warblers.
Many sedge warbler nests, including the one that the BBC Springwatch series were filming, were also lost in the floods.
Here are some of our other great British singers: Here are some of our other great British singers: SEDGE WarBLEr (left): small, stripy brown and difficult to see amid its reedbed home, the sedge warbler is the avian equivalent of avant-garde electronic music darling -aphex twin.
Breeding species include little grebe, pochard, greylag goose and sedge warbler.
Over the past couple of years, new wetlands have been created and reed beds lowered, attracting birds including the sedge warbler.
Robeson, who also owns and bred the winning mare, said: "It's a bit of a surprise, as her mother Sedge Warbler never managed to win a race, although she was second at Newbury when trained by Oliver Sherwood.
THE tiny sedge warbler is one of nature's most spectacular lovers.
The novice chase won't take a great deal of winning, and Sedge Warbler (2.
Marshland at Y Morfa (main) in Prestatyn is home to many rare bird and plant species; l-r common reed tubular water-dropwort, sedge warbler, snipe
The wetland and reed bed area was once used by ICI to help clean effluent but is now home to various birds including the endangered sedge warbler.
Bullfinch, wren, reed warbler, dunnock, blackbird, sedge warbler and whitethroat also suffered major losses.