Clamorous Reed-Warbler

Most populations are sedentary, but the breeding birds in Pakistan, Afghanistan and north India are migratory, wintering in peninsular India and Sri Lanka.

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The Clamorous Reed-Warbler is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Clamorous Reed-warblers live in reeds around lakes and dams. They are easily detected in spring and summer by their continuous loud calling. They are summer migrants, passing through Canberra gardens where they are sometimes sighted. They are absent from May to July. Numbers quickly build up to a peak from October to January and then decline. Numbers fluctuated widely, due largely to the location of observers. Together with many other migrants, numbers were high in the summer of 1982-83. R=118. BR=NA. More

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A Clamorous Reed-Warbler in the walk through aviary in the Cleland Wildlife PArk, Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Photo Details Poster: Trevor users gallery Views: 1414 Date Uploaded: Thu 14 September, 2006 Dimensions: 1024 x 827 Keywords: Clamorous Reed-Warbler Filesize: 54.4kb, 166. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Sylviidae
Genus : Acrocephalus
Species : stentoreus
Authority : (Ehrenberg, 1833)