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garden warbler

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(Animals) any of several small brownish-grey European songbirds of the genus Sylvia (warblers), esp S. borin, common in woods and hedges: in some parts of Europe they are esteemed as a delicacy
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5) 1 (Sylvia atricapilla) Garden warbler 2/1,183 (0.
We hastened our pace, but managed to see two more hares, and heard garden warbler, chaffinch and green woodpecker.
More snow buntings were at Kinmel Bay and the Little Orme, with Lapland buntings at Carmel Head and Bardsey Island, where a juvenile glaucous gull was the first of the year and a garden warbler was another late migrant.
Willow warbler, garden warbler and lesser spotted woodpecker are amongst 10 species known to be present locally which will benefit from habitat improvement work.
A GARDEN WARBLER netted and fitted with a tiny leg ring at Brandon Marsh in August, 1988, was found dead more than 5,000 kilometres away in Obudu, Nigeria, in March, 1990.
A further 19 species - the bullfinch, chaffinch, common chiffchaff, common whitethroat, starling, crossbill, dunnock, garden warbler, goldcrest, greenfinch, house martin, house sparrow, lesser redpoll, linnet, mistle thrush, swallow, siskin, tree pipit and willow warbler - have also suffered significant losses.
The cash has been pledged for habitat creation work in Walker Riverside Park, Newcastle, which will target the two species, along with garden warbler, spotted flycatcher and willow tit, all of which are known to be in the area.
0 atricapilla Sylvia borin Garden warbler - - - Sylvia Common 6 13 2.
Migrants on Llandudno's Great Orme included garden warbler, pied flycatcher, wheatear, nuthatch and an interesting leucistic spotted flycatcher.
It will mean using highly sensitive microphones to gather in the sounds from hundreds of birds ( common British species such as the whitethroat, wren, garden warbler and blackbird ( simultaneously whistling in the new day.
of Larvae ticks Starling 1/10 (10) 1 (Sturnus vulgaris) Dunnock 1/33 (3) 1 (Prunella modularis) Reed Warbler 1/5 (20) 1 (Acrocephalus scirpaceus) Icterine Warbler 1/12 (8) 1 0/1 (Hippolais icterina) Garden Warbler (Sylvia borin) 2/79 (2.
Orange tip and common blue butterflies flitted through the clearing in the hawthorn scrub, where blackcap, garden warbler and willow warbler sang.