carricero-tordal

Great Reed Warbler

(Acrocephalus arundinaceus)

Description

Large size and stronger bill, but otherwise very similar to other reed warblers.

Habitat

Mainly reed beds.

Nest

Sometimes colonial, large nest suspended from reeds made with grass, flowers, etc., with a finer lining.

Diet

Insects.

Visitor during the months of:

April to September.