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|Phylloscopus collybita is a common and widespread leaf warbler, named for its distinctive onomatopoeic song, which breeds in open woodlands throughout northern and temperate Europe and Asia. It is a migratory passerine which winters in southern and western Europe, southern Asia and north Africa. |
Greenish-brown above and off-white below. It has a number of subspecies, some of which are now treated as full species. The female builds a domed nest on or near the ground, and assumes most of the responsibility for brooding and feeding the chicks, whilst the male has little involvement in nesting, but defends his territory against rivals, and attacks potential predators.
A small insectivorous bird, it is subject to predation by mammals, such as cats and mustelids, and birds, particularly hawks of the genus Accipiter.
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Fabulosa captura, con unos detalles geniales.
Excelente trabajo y buena nota.
Cordiales saludos, JL.
An awesome shot of this beautiful bird!
The warblers' colours also blend very well with the BG!