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Reed Bunting

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The male in breeding plumage is more or less unmistakable, except that there is a very closely related Siberian species which has occured in Europe. The male in breeding plumage is more or less unmistakable, except that there is a very closely related Siberian species which has occured in Europe.
==Identification== ==Identification==
-A common breeder in reedbeds and marshalnd in much of Europe, it has over recent decades become less specialised in its habitat preference and is now found in drier habitats.+A common breeder in reedbeds and marshland in much of Europe, it has over recent decades become less specialised in its habitat preference and is now found in drier habitats.
[[Image:reedbunting_female.jpg|thumb|350px|right|Photo by postcardcv<br />female]] [[Image:reedbunting_female.jpg|thumb|350px|right|Photo by postcardcv<br />female]]

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Emberiza schoeniclus
Photo by Richard Fordmale
Photo by Richard Ford
male

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The male in breeding plumage is more or less unmistakable, except that there is a very closely related Siberian species which has occured in Europe.

Identification

A common breeder in reedbeds and marshland in much of Europe, it has over recent decades become less specialised in its habitat preference and is now found in drier habitats.

Photo by postcardcvfemale
Photo by postcardcv
female

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