Reed Warbler

Description: About 13 cm in length, with the wingspan of 17 to 21 cm, and weighing around 10 to 15 gr, the Reed Warbler has its upper-parts brown, and under-parts yellowish white. The small bird has a pasty throat, a pointed beak and red-brown legs. The frequency of wing beats comprises about 18 flaps a second with the speed in flight of 10 m/sec. Reed warblers can live as long as 12 years.

Habitat: It settles in thick reed and littoral bushes along rivers, lakes, swamps and ponds.

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