The Australian Reed-Warbler is a fairly plain brown bird with paler underside, pointed bill, and pale brown yellow eyebrow above the eye. Males and females are similar in appearance.
tall reeds and rushes in wetlands
lays three or four pale eggs mottled with dark spots. The nest is a cup with narrow opening made from reeds and other plant material. The nest is lined with feathers and grass.
found most often in southern parts of Australia, but range extends across much of the Australian continent except for arid interior
Map is from Atlas of Living Australia website at http://biocache.ala.org.au licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
|Common Name:||Australian Reed-Warbler|
Relatives in same Genus
Oriental Reed-Warbler (A. orientalis)
Clamorous Reed Warbler (A. stentoreus)