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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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Activists say the most common species in the traps are Blackcaps, Lesser Whitethroat, Garden Warblers, Nightingales, and Reed Warblers, all long distant-migrants with populations declining in most EU countries.
A search for blue tits, those charming little garden warblers, brought up several interesting results, some of which had no connection to our feathered friends at all.
An orchestra of willow and grasshopper warblers, blackcaps, reed and garden warblers, chiffchaffs, sedge warblers and whitethroats compete for their fair share of audio coverage among all the other bird life.
Elsewhere, arrivals included the first cuckoo at Newborough on Sunday, garden warblers singing at Mynachdy and RSPB Conwy, whitethroats on the Great Orme and Bardsey, and lesser whitethroat at Cemlyn.
They measured the duration of the stopovers made by garden warblers on an island off the Italian coast.
Fat garden warblers can make shorter stops to replenish their fat reserves on the taxing annual journey to their breeding grounds," said Wolfgang Goymann of the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology in Seewiesen.
Several independent audits by the RSPB at the farm have recorded that more than 40 different species of wild birds such as chiffchaffs, garden warblers, lesser whitethroats, linnets, swallows and owls are present.
Weindler and his colleagues studied garden warblers (Sylvia borin), which breed in central and northern Europe and winter in Africa.
The most common species in the traps were Blackcaps, Lesser Whitethroat, Garden Warblers, Nightingales, and Reed Warblers, all long distant-migrants with populations declining in most EU countries.
This new woodland will encourage declining woodland birds such as willow warblers, tree pipits and garden warblers to nest.
In common with so many of our garden warblers the blackcap is in decline.
ROBINS, great tits and garden warblers had their worst breeding season ever recorded last year as a result of the bad weather, the British Trust for Ornithology said yesterday.