reedling

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reedling

(ˈriːdlɪŋ)
n
(Animals) a titlike Eurasian songbird, Panurus biarmicus, common in reed beds: family Muscicapidae (Old World flycatchers, etc). It has a tawny back and tail and, in the male, a grey-and-black head. Also called: bearded tit
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At Cley, Bearded Reedlings called from reed beds and Brent Geese from Siberia fed in fields.
They play host to an array of unusual birds, including marsh warblers, bitterns and bearded reedlings, and offer a unique opportunity for leisurely sailing and cruising.