Cetti's warbler


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Cetti's warbler

(ˈtʃɛtɪz)
n
(Animals) a reddish-brown Eurasian warbler, Cettia cetti, with a distinctive song
[C19: after F. Cetti, 18th-century Italian ornithologist]
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Marc Hughes from Penrhyn Bay, Henry Cook of Colwyn Bay, Chris Jones of Llysfaen and Alex Jones from Rhyl notched up the record during a 20-hour marathon, starting with a singing Cetti's Warbler on Anglesey at 2am and finishing with a Snipe at Llyn Aled at 10pm.
curruca) Common chiffchaff 1/1,104 (0.1) 2 (Phylloscopus collybita) Great reed warbler 3/30 (10.0) 2.7 (Acrocephalus arundinaceus) Savi's warbler 2/20 (10.0) 1 (Locustella luscinioides) Cetti's warbler 3/187 (1.6) 1 (Cettia cetti) Eurasian blue tit 1/10 (10.0) 1 (Cyanistes caeruleus) Red-backed shrike 1/193 (0.5) 1 (Lanius collurio) Total 65/9,117 (0.7) Bird (species) Tick characteristic ([dagger]) Species Age, no.
I was betting in Tattersalls and won five figures, and in the first race I had a good each-way bet on Cetti's Warbler and was surprised and delighted when the SP came in at 100-1!
Today, it's a thriving ecosystem, with several different habitats supporting hundreds of plant and lichen species, and breeding birds such as Cetti's warbler.
A goosander pootled the Conwy estuary, with pintail and Cetti's warbler at RSPB Conwy.
AMONG bird species which bred in Britain and are increasing against the backdrop of climate change are cirl bunting, Cetti's warbler, golden oriole, goldfinch and collared dove.
"But Britons who've visited the Mediterranean region may recognise the increasing presence of the famously explosive song of Cetti's Warbler."
Mr Falk said: "Species are moving further north and examples that have already moved into Warwickshire from further south include cetti's warbler, roesel's bush cricket, conehead bush cricket, blub-tailed dragonfly, little egret and the bee wolf, which is a major predator of honey bees.
The Channel Four racing pundits are big supporters of Bourbon Manhattan but Mike Cattermole and Co must have been alarmed that their idol was beaten by 100-1 shot Cetti's Warbler.
Winner of two of his three bumper races, he was 2-17 to account for his 11 rivals in a novice event at Towcester, but he went down by two and a half lengths to the 100-1 chance Cetti's Warbler.
The biggest shock came in the first division as Bourbon Manhattan, considered a Royal & SunAlliance Novices' Hurdle prospect, was defeated by 100-1 chance Cetti's Warbler.