Cape Verde Warbler

This small passerine bird is a species found in well-vegetated valleys, avoiding drier areas. It nests in reedbeds, 2-3 eggs are laid in a suspended nest.

The Cape Verde Warbler is classified as Endangered (EN), considered to be facing a very high risk of extinction in the wild.

the Cape Verde warbler lives in the West African nation of Cape Verde. It is a medium-sized songbird known for its loud and whistling song. It has a brown back and head with a creamy underbelly and a long, pointed bill. Its range was once more extensive, but is now restricted to two islands where its numbers are in decline due to drought and habitat loss. More

Cape Verde Warbler Acrocephalus brevipennis and Iago Sparrow Passer iagoensis; Pedro Badejo lagoons for waders and herons as well as breeding Grey-headed Kingfisher Halcyon leucocephala, Spectacled Warbler Sylvia conspicillata and Blackcap S. atricapilla; Kapok tree, Boa Entrada which comprises a single huge Kapok tree which is only one of two sites for breeding Cape Verde Purple Heron Ardea purpurea bournei the other site being Mahoganies at Banana, Ribeira Montanha, Ilha de Santiago. More

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Cape Verde warbler in fruit tree Cape Verde warbler in fruit treePrint factsheet Facts - Also known as: Cape Verde cane warbler, Cape Verde Islands cane warbler, Cape Verde swamp-warbler French: Rousserolle Des Iles Du Cap-vert Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Aves Order More

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Cape Verde Warbler, Acrocephalus brevipennis Spectacled Warbler Sylvia, conspicillata orbitalis Blackcap, Sylvia atricapilla gularis Brown-necked Raven, Corvus ruficollis ruficollis Spanish Sparrow, Passer hispaniolensis hispaniolensis Cape Verde Sparrow, Passer iagoensis Common Waxbill, Estrilda astrild jagoensis Chris Batty March 2005 Photo Page Why not send us a report, or an update to one of your current reports? Back to top More

The Cape Verde Warbler (Acrocephalus brevipennis) is a relative of the European warbler. ,It is grey-brown upper, greyish-white lower, without markings . Its song is a distinctive liquid bubbling, like a bulbul. It now breeds only on Santiago and Fogo although previously also found in Brava and Sao Nicolau. A small bird it lives amidst cultivated valleys, , avoiding dry spots and nesting amongst reeds where its eggs are laid in a hanging nest. More

Cape Verde Swift, Raso Lark, Cape Verde Warbler and Iago Sparrow were easily located, as were most of the following Boyd More

The Cape Verde Warbler is an endangered passerine endemic to the Cape Verde islands. The last population of this species was believed to be confined to one island but recently populations have been discovered on two other isolated islands and the global population is estimated at ca. 1,000 birds. However the relationship between the three surviving populations, currently considered one species, has not yet been assessed. More

the Cape Verde warbler (Acrocephalus brevipennis, EN) on Santiago Island. The islands are also important for rare breeding seabirds. In particular, they support breeding populations of Fea More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Sylviidae
Genus : Acrocephalus
Species : brevipennis
Authority : (Keulemans, 1866)