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Marsh warbler

Acrocephalus sp.

Description:

These are rather drab brownish warblers usually associated with marshes or other wetlands. In this region two species are possible but they look much alike: A. palustris and A. scirpaeus. They sing nicely and imitate other birds and noises (they sound a bit like a mockingbird sometimes). Is generally difficult to spot them as they hide in between the vegetation next to the lakes.

Habitat:

Area of lakes and marshes in Huldenberg.

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Huldenberg, Vlaanderen, Belgium

Spotted on May 4, 2014
Submitted on Aug 9, 2014

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