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Australian Old World warblers



Old World warblers

Australian Reed-Warbler
(Acrocephalus australis)
Australian Reed-Warbler
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. Click to continue>
Clamorous Reed Warbler
(Acrocephalus stentoreus)
Clamorous Reed Warbler
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... Click to continue>
Oriental Reed-Warbler
(Acrocephalus orientalis)
Oriental Reed-Warbler
The Oriental Reed-Warble is brown above with whitish underside. It has fine grey streaks on throat and chest. The Oriental Reed-Warble is larger and paler than the more common Australian Reed-Warbler and has shorter thicker bill. Click to continue>
Brown Songlark
(Cincloramphus cruralis)
Brown Songlark
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Rufous Songlark
(Cincloramphus mathewsi)
Rufous Songlark
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Golden-headed Cisticola
(Cisticola exilis)
Golden-headed Cisticola
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Zitting Cisticola
(Cisticola juncidis)
Zitting Cisticola
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Little Grassbird
(Megalurus gramineus)
Little Grassbird
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Tawny Grassbird
(Megalurus timoriensis)
Tawny Grassbird
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Arctic Warbler
(Phylloscopus borealis)
Arctic Warbler
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