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How many species of Old World/New World Warbler have you seen?

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Old Wednesday 7th April 2010, 12:08   #1
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How many species of Old World Warbler have you seen?

I know, another one of these threads!

Any Sylvia, locustella, Megalurus, Hippolais, acrocephalus or phylloscopus counts, along with odd species not belonging to those families (the only example I can think of is Cetti's).
old world

Grasshopper Warbler-Britain/France
Savi's warbler-France
Reed warbler-Britian/France/Cyprus
Marsh Warbler-France
Clamorous Reed warbler-Australia
Little Grassbird-Australia
Zitting Cisticola-France/Cyprus
Sedge Warbler-Britian/France/Cyprus
Western Olivaceous Warbler-Cyprus
Melodious Warbler-France
Garden Warbler-Britain/France
Whitethroat-Britian/France
Lesser Whitethroat-Britian/France/Cyprus
Barred Warbler-Britian
Blackcap-Britian/France
Sardinian Warbler-Cyprus
Cyprus Warbler-Cyprus
Orphean Warbler-Cyprus
Subalpine Warbler-Cyprus
Dartford Warbler-Britain
Greenish Warbler-Britian
Eastern Bonelli's Warbler-Cyprus
Wood Warbler-Britain/Cyprus
Chiffchaff-Britain/France/Cyprus
Willow Warbler-Britain/France
Yellow-browed Warbler-Britain
Hume's Leaf Warbler-Britain
Goldcrest
Firecrest

I would have included New world warblers, but it seems there is already a thread fro them.

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Old Wednesday 7th April 2010, 14:41   #2
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I already listed the new world warblers, so here are the "old world warblers" As I would define them, I currently have 14 species (but a summer in Japan should add to this).

Macrophenidae (1)
Cape Grassbird

Cettiidae (1)
Cetti's Warbler

Phylloscopidae (2)
Arctic Warbler
Chiffchaff

Cisticolidae (5)
Bar-throated Apalis
Golden-headed Cisticola
Gray-backed Cisticola
Levaillant's Cisticola
Karoo Prinia

Megaluridae (2)
Little Rush Warbler
Little Grassbird

Acrocephalidae (1)
Lesser Swamp Warbler

(3)
Wrentit
Eurasian Blackcap
Lesser Whitethroat
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Old Wednesday 7th April 2010, 16:24   #3
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Only Old World Warblers for me:

1 Willow Warbler
2 Common Chiffchaff
3 Canary Chiffchaff
4 Mountain Chiffchaff
5 Western Bonelli's Warbler
6 Eastern Bonelli's Warbler
7 Wood Warbler
8 Dusky Warbler
9 Smoky Warbler
10 Tickell's Leaf-Warbler
11 Sulphur-bellied Warbler
12 Buff-barred Warbler
13 Ashy-throated Warber
14 Pallas's Leaf-Warbler
15 Pale-rumped Warbler
16 Yellow-browed Warbler
17 Hume's Leaf-Warbler
18 Arctic Warbler
19 Green Warbler
20 Greenish Warbler
21 Large-billed Leaf-Warbler
22 Tytler's Leaf-Warbler
23 Western Crowned Leaf-Warbler
24 Blyth's Leaf-Warbler
25 Mountain Warbler
26 Golden-spectacled Warbler
27 Grey-hooded Warbler
28 Chestnut-crowned Warbler
29 Yellow-breasted Warbler
30 Booted Warbler
31 Eastern Olivaceous Warbler
32 Western Olivaceous Warbler
33 Upcher's Warbler
34 Olive-tree Warbler
35 Melodious Warbler
36 Icterine Warbler
37 Moustached Warbler
38 Aquatic Warbler
39 Sedge Warbler
40 Paddyfield Warbler
41 Eurasian Reed-Warbler
42 Blyth's Reed-Warbler
43 Marsh Warbler
44 Great Reed-warbler
45 Oriental Reed-warbler
46 Clamorous Reed-Warbler
47 Friendly Bush-Warbler
48 Western Grasshopper-warbler
49 River Warbler
50 Savi's Warbler
51 Striated Grassbird
52 Zitting Cisticola
53 Streaked Scrub-Warbler
54 Common Tailorbird
55 Dark-necked Tailorbird
56 Rufous-tailed Tailorbird
57 Ashy Tailorbird
58 Striated Prinia
59 Grey-crowned Prinia
60 Rufous-fronted Prinia
61 Rufescent Prinia
62 Grey-breasted Prinia
63 Graceful Prinia
64 Jungle Prinia
65 Yellow-bellied Prinia
66 Ashy Prinia
67 Plain Prinia
68 Blackcap
69 Garden Warbler
70 Barred Warbler
71 Hume's Whitethroat
72 Eastern Orphean Warbler
73 Asian Desert Warbler
74 Greater Whitethroat
75 Lesser Whitethroat
76 Menetries's Warbler
77 Spectacled Warbler
78 Tristram's Warbler
79 Dartford Warbler
80 Marmora's Warbler
81 Rüppell's Warbler
82 Subalpine Warbler
83 Sardinian Warbler
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Old Wednesday 7th April 2010, 16:53   #4
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A modest 55, I think.

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Old Wednesday 7th April 2010, 20:17   #5
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At least 15:

Willow Warbler
Common Chiffchaff
Western Bonelli's Warbler
Wood Warbler
Cetti's Warbler
Icterine Warbler
Zitting Cisticola
Graceful Prinia
Blackcap
Garden Warbler
Western Orphean Warbler
Common Whitethroat
Lesser Whitethroat
Rüppell's Warbler
Sardinian Warbler
Subalpine Warbler

I may have seen a couple more, but I'm not going to dig up my records from Europe right now.
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Old Thursday 8th April 2010, 13:44   #6
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Sixty-seven for me. Seen in Spain, United Kingdom, Morocco, Tunisia, Gambia, Senegal, Djibouti, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Yemen, Kazakhstan, and Hong Kong.

LEAF WARBLERS
01. Northern Crombec
02. Green Hylia
03. Brown Woodland Warbler
04. Willow Warbler
05. Common Chiffchaff
06. Iberian Chiffchaff
07. Plain Leaf Warbler
08. Western Bonelli's Warbler
09. Sulphur-bellied Warbler
10. Pallas's Leaf Warbler
11. Yellow-browed Warbler
12. Hume's Warbler
13. Greenish Warbler

REED WARBLERS
14. Sykes's Warbler
15. Eastern Olivaceous Warbler
16. Western Olivaceous Warbler
17. Upcher's Warbler
18. Melodious Warbler
19. Sedge Warbler
20. Eurasian Reed Warbler
21. Caspian Reed Warbler
22. Blyth's Reed Warbler
23. Great Reed Warbler
24. Clamorous Reed Warbler
25. Greater Swamp Warbler

GRASSBIRDS & ALLIES
26. Common Grasshopper Warbler

CISTICOLAS & ALLIES
27. Yellow-breasted Apalis
28. Green-backed Camaroptera
29. Red-fronted Warbler
30. Cricket Longtail
31. Red-faced Cisticola
32. Singing Cisticola
33. Whistling Cisticola
34. Winding Cisticola
35. Siffling Cisticola
36. Rufous Cisticola
37. Zitting Cisticola
38. Socotra Cisticola
39. Desert Cisticola
40. Black-backed Cisticola
41. Socotra Warbler
42. Streaked Scrub Warbler
43. Oriole Warbler
44. Graceful Prinia
45. Tawny-flanked Prinia
46. River Prinia
47. Red-winged Prinia
48. Common Tailorbird
49. Yellow-bellied Eremomela
50. Senegal Eremomela

OLD WORLD WARBLERS
51. Yemen Warbler
52. Blackcap
53. Greater Whitethroat
54. Lesser Whitethroat
55. Small Whitethroat
56. Hume's Whitethroat
57. Asian Desert Warbler
58. African Desert Warbler
59. Barred Warbler
60. Western Orphean Warbler
61. Arabian Warbler
62. Sardinian Warbler
63. Subalpine Warbler
64. Menetries's Warbler
65. Spectacled Warbler
66. Dartford Warbler

BUSH WARBLERS
67. Cetti's Warbler

Also, Black-capped Donacobius in Peru, which may or may not been an Old World Warbler. No one seems to know how to classify this bird.

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Old Friday 9th April 2010, 21:04   #7
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PHYLLOSCOPIDAE
1 Uganda Woodland-Warbler
2 Willow Warbler
3 Common Chiffchaff
4 Wood Warbler
5 Dusky Warbler
6 Pallas' Leaf Warbler
7 Inornate (Yellow-browed) Warbler
8 Greenish Warbler
9 Pale-legged Leaf-Warbler
10 Mountain Leaf-Warbler
11 Yellow-breasted Warbler

ACROCEPHALIDAE
12 Dark-capped Yellow Warbler (Yellow Flycatcher-Warbler)
13 Olivaceous Warbler
14 Sedge Warbler
15 Paddyfield Warbler
16 Eurasian Reed-Warbler
17 Great Reed-Warbler
18 Oriental Reed-Warbler
19 Clamorous Reed-Warbler

MEGALURIDAE
20 Savi's Warbler
21 Striated Grassbird

CISTICOLIDAE
22 Black-collared Apalis
23 Black-throated Apalis
24 Yellow-breasted Apalis
25 Buff-throated Apalis
26 Black-headed Apalis
27 Grey Apalis
28 Grey-backed Camaroptera
29 Olive-green Camaroptera
30 Red-fronted Warbler (Red-faced Apalis)
31 Grey Wren-Warbler
32 White-chinned Prinia
33 Singing Cisticola
34 Chubb's Cisticola
35 Hunter's Cisticola
36 Rattling Cisticola
37 Ashy Cisticola
38 Winding Cisticola
39 LeVaillants (Tinkling) Cisticola
40 Stout Cisticola
41 Aberdare Cisticola
42 Zitting Cisticola
43 Pectoral-patch Cisticola
44 Golden-headed Cisticola
45 Grey-capped Warbler
46 Black-faced Rufous Warbler
47 Buff-bellied Warbler
48 Common Tailorbird
49 Dark-necked Tailorbird
50 Rufous-tailed Tailorbird
51 Ashy Tailorbird
52 Yellow-bellied Prinia
53 Tawny-flanked Prinia
54 Pale Prinia
55 Plain Prinia
56 Banded Prinia
57 Yellow-bellied Eremomela
58 Yellow-vented Eremomela

SYLVIDAE
59 Blackcap
60 Garden Warbler
61 Common Whitethroat
62 Lesser Whitethroat
63 Barred Warbler
64 Sardinian Warbler
65 Brown Parisoma
66 African Moustached Warbler (Grass-Warbler)
67 Northern Crombec
68 Cape (Long-Billed) Crombec
69 Green Hylia
70 Vinous-throated Parrotbill

Ironically, one that I'm missing is the only one regularly occurring in N. America - Arctic Warbler
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