Sedge Warbler

Description: A smaller streaked warbler, with the brownish back side showing blackish red-brown longitudinal spots, disappearing at the saddle; the black streaks on the head usually form four longitudinal stripes. Beak to nape, above the eyes broad and long ocher “brows” run. The quills and rudders are grey-tipped red-brown with redder brown edges of the outer vanes. The belly side is the color of yellowish clay with darker flanks. The length is 150 mm, wing length is 70 mm, and weight is 11-15 gr.

Habitat: It nests in thickets of semiaquatic vegetation along the water edge.

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