Clamorous Reed Warbler has a plain brown back and whitish underparts washed with brown. It has a sturdy pointed bill. Males and females are similar in appearance. The Australian Reed-Warbler (A. stentoreus) is included as a subspecies of Acrocephalus stentoreus in some publications.
18cm - 20cm
mainly insects and other small invertebrates
lays three to six eggs in a basket shaped nest amongst the reeds
Breeding range is from Egypt to India, Pakistan, Afghanistan to south China, and southeast Asia. It is also found in Australia .
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:||Clamorous Reed Warbler|
Relatives in same Genus
Australian Reed-Warbler (A. australis)
Oriental Reed-Warbler (A. orientalis)