Blyth’s reed-warbler

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Blyth’s reed-warbler – Acrocephalus dumetorum – is a small migratory Eurasian warbler of Type – insectivore, Family Acrocephalidae and Order Passeriformes. It is a summer breeder from Finland to Mongolia, and in the winter migrates to India and Myanmar. In the AWB Region, only in NE Iran is it found regularly on passage, but is found elsewhere in small numbers, and as an Accidental.

Type - insectivore - 
Summer Habitat - unusually, it is not found in marshes, but in scrub and clearings with water nearby, 
Winter Habitat - bushes and scattered trees, forest margins, parks, only sometimes edges of marshes, 

Order:	Passeriformes
Family:	Acrocephalidae
Genus:	Acrocephalus

Species - 	Acrocephalus dumetorum
Blyth's reed-warbler - Species - ebird.org
Blyth's reed-warbler - Species sheet - wikipedia.org
Blyth's reed-warbler - Birdfacts - app.bto.org
Blyth's reed-warbler - Database - avibase
Blyth's reed-warbler - Sounds & Maps - xeno-canto.org

Additional Material...
Blyth's reed-warbler - Images - google.com
Blyth's reed-warbler - Video - youtube.com
Blyth's reed-warbler - Datazone - birdlife.org

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