sedge warbler


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sedge warbler

n
(Animals) a European songbird, Acrocephalus schoenobaenus, of reed beds and swampy areas, having a streaked brownish plumage with white eye stripes: family Muscicapidae (Old World flycatchers, etc)
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Noun1.sedge warbler - small European warbler that breeds among reeds and wedges and winters in Africasedge warbler - small European warbler that breeds among reeds and wedges and winters in Africa
Old World warbler, true warbler - small active brownish or greyish Old World birds
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The song may be compared to that of the Sedge warbler, but is more powerful; some harsh notes and some very high ones, being mingled with a pleasant warbling.
A Sedge Warbler, in the heather at almost 1,500ft, was even more of a surprise as they are more usually seen in lowland reedbeds.
Now that sounded exciting, but I presumed they had missed a word and they were talking about the white beaked sedge warbler. The sedge warbler is already a beautiful bird, being a sandy brown with a dark, streaked cap and a distinctive white eyestripe.
One sedge warbler (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus) carried 2 AHFV-positive nymphs.
In addition to these two main target species, project actions will also focus on another four species listed in the Birds Directive: purple heron (Ardea purpurea), spotted crake (Porzana porzana), Savi%s warbler (Locustella luscinoides) and sedge warbler (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus), along with several other bird species associated with reed beds.
The site has been colonised by reed warbler, reed bunting and sedge warbler, blackcap, water rail and common snipe.
Over three weeks the cameras will be covering a new area, showing us the wet woodland, reed bed and rare bog areas of the reserve to follow lapwing, redshank, teal, reed bunting, sedge warbler and, with luck, stonechat and bullfinch.
Over three weeks, the cameras will be showing us the wet woodland, reed bed and rare bog areas to follow lapwing, redshank, teal, reed bunting, sedge warbler and, with luck, stonechat and bullfinch.
Over the next three weeks the Springwatch cameras will be covering a new area of the reserve for the first time revealing the wet woodland, reed-bed, and rare bog areas of the reserve, to follow the lives of lapwing, redshank, teal, reed bunting, sedge warbler and, with luck, stonechat and bullfinch.
On the viewing platform we had sedge warbler and moving into the woodland we heard a wren, belting out its song.
Some seasonal flooding still attracts birds, like mallard, moorhen, curlew, redshank, snipe, and lapwing, which join yellow wagtail, partridge, sedge warbler and reed bunting.