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Reed or Marsh Warbler (pictures and recordings) (1 Viewer)

julienl

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Hello everyone,

I am not used to these birds so I come here for advice. These 3 birds (Bird01/02/03) where seen at different locations, but all in France (Doubs), in may. There were not in reed beds but in bushes not far from water. They were calling/singing while moving within the bush.

1) Bird01: see attached pictures and recordings
2) Bird02: see recording
3) Bird03: see recording

From what I heard on the internet, Bird01 and 02 sounds like Reed Warblers to me. Bird03 sounds different.

Thanks !
 

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julienl

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Here are the recordings.
 

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julienl

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Ok thank you everyone. That confirms what I thought. Too bad I couldn't take a picture of the Marsh, that would have been a lifer.
 

julienl

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I was just wondering: were the pictures alone enough to identifiy the first bird as a Reed Warbler ? If yes what features ?
 
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