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  • Published: 25 Aug 2015 veröffentlicht
  • Discover amazing sounds of Nature.
    What could be more beautiful than the singing of birds?
    Presentation of voices and sounds made by birds. An image of a female or a male, a photo of birds, a short description at the end of the video
    Thin-billed warbler (Acrocephalus melanopogon)
    Swirling Warbler (Acrocephalus paludicola)
    Warbler-badger (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus)
    Millet Warbler (Acrocephalus sorghophilus)
    Common Warbler (Acrocephalus bistrigiceps)
    Indian Warbler (Acrocephalus agricola)
    Manchurian Warbler (Acrocephalus tangorum)
    Shrub Warbler (Acrocephalus concinens)
    Reed warbler (Acrocephalus scirpaceus)
    African reed warbler (Acrocephalus baeticatus)
    Garden Warbler (Acrocephalus dumetorum)
    Marsh warbler (Acrocephalus palustris)
    Blackbird Warbler (Acrocephalus arundinaceus)
    Eastern Warbler (Acrocephalus orientalis)
    Turkestan warbler (Acrocephalus stentoreus)
    Large-billed warbler (Acrocephalus orinus)
    Iraqi Warbler (Acrocephalus griseldis)
    Australian warbler (Acrocephalus australis)
    Nightingale Warbler (Acrocephalus luscinia)
    Carolina Warbler (Acrocephalus syrinx)
    Nauruan Warbler (Acrocephalus rehsei)
    Hawaiian warbler (Acrocephalus familiaris)
    Polynesian Warbler (Acrocephalus aequinoctialis)
    Long-billed warbler (Acrocephalus caffer)
    Atoll Warbler (Acrocephalus atyphus)
    Acrocephalus rimatarae
    Pitcairn Warbler (Acrocephalus vaughani)
    Acrocephalus taiti
    Acrocephalus mendanae
    Cook Islands Warbler (Acrocephalus kerearako)
    Red warbler (Acrocephalus rufescens)
    Short-feather warbler (Acrocephalus brevipennis)
    Cape Warbler (Acrocephalus gracilirostris)
    Madagascar Warbler (Acrocephalus newtoni)
    Thick-billed warbler (Acrocephalus aedon)
    Rodrigues warbler (Acrocephalus rodericanus)
    Seychelles Warbler (Acrocephalus sechellensis)

Comments • 9

Thank you for the work of the channel! Can you please tell me what kind of bird is in the background?

Now I will recognize these birds by their voices !!)))

Thanks for the video. Very informative. A week ago, in the morning, a lump fell from the sky in front of me, right under my feet. I bent down and saw that it was a bird. Alive. She picked it up and brought it home, tried to drink. We, in the Trans-Urals, are now 2 months hot, I thought, That the birdie is bad, I bathed it still. I put it on the windowsill, in the shade, it doesn’t fly away. After 2 hours, I took it to the willow bushes, it fluttered and quickly disappeared into the dense branches. Only now I realized that it was a warbler, but it’s not clear what happened to it ?!

Most likely, it was a grown-up chick .. When all of them learn to fly, at first they often fall. And it's good if there are no enemies nearby !!

Introduction

Real warblers, or warblers (lat. Acrocephalus ) Is a genus of small songbirds belonging to the Warbler family, sometimes isolated into a separate reed family (Acrocephalidae). Includes about 35 species common in the Old World.

Some warblers are very small, while others can reach the size of a starling. All of them are of the same color, with an elongated body, sloping forehead, giving the head a pointed shape and a stepped tail. They sing while sitting on a tall blade of grass, the top of a reed or a sticking out branch. The song includes a loud, rough crackle.

They gravitate towards water bodies, nest on grass, reeds or reeds, on bushes. The nest is a deep cone between the stalks of grass, reeds, or in the depths of a bush.

The most mysterious species of this genus is the large-billed warbler (Acrocephalus orinus), which was rediscovered in Thailand in March 2006. Before that, she was seen only once in 1867.

1. List of species in taxonomic order

  • Thin-billed warbler ( Acrocephalus melanopogon )
  • Swirling Warbler ( Acrocephalus paludicola )
  • Warbler-badger ( Acrocephalus schoenobaenus )
  • Millet warbler ( Acrocephalus sorghophilus )
  • Variegated Warbler ( Acrocephalus bistrigiceps )
  • Indian warbler ( Acrocephalus agricola )
  • Manchurian Warbler ( Acrocephalus tangorum )
  • Shrub warbler ( Acrocephalus concinens )
  • Reed warbler ( Acrocephalus scirpaceus )
  • African reed warbler ( Acrocephalus baeticatus )
  • Garden warbler ( Acrocephalus dumetorum )
  • Marsh warbler ( Acrocephalus palustris )
  • Blackbird Warbler ( Acrocephalus arundinaceus )
  • Eastern warbler ( Acrocephalus orientalis )
  • Turkestan warbler ( Acrocephalus stentoreus )
  • Large-billed warbler ( Acrocephalus orinus )
  • Iraqi warbler ( Acrocephalus griseldis )
  • Australian warbler ( Acrocephalus australis )
  • Nightingale warbler ( Acrocephalus luscinia )
  • Carolina Warbler ( Acrocephalus syrinx )
  • Nauruan Warbler ( Acrocephalus rehsei )
  • Hawaiian warbler ( Acrocephalus familiaris )
  • Polynesian Warbler ( Acrocephalus aequinoctialis )
  • Long-billed warbler ( Acrocephalus caffer )
  • Atoll Warbler ( Acrocephalus atyphus )
  • Acrocephalus rimatarae
  • Pitcairn Warbler ( Acrocephalus vaughani )
  • Acrocephalus taiti
  • Acrocephalus mendanae
  • Cook Islands Warbler ( Acrocephalus kerearako )
  • Red warbler ( Acrocephalus rufescens )
  • Short-feather warbler ( Acrocephalus brevipennis )
  • Cape warbler ( Acrocephalus gracilirostris )
  • Madagascar Warbler ( Acrocephalus newtoni )
  • Thick-billed warbler ( Acrocephalus aedon )
  • Rodriguez Warbler ( Acrocephalus rodericanus )
  • Seychelles Warbler ( Acrocephalus sechellensis )
  • Aldabran Warbler ( Nesillas aldabrana )

Notes (edit)

  1. For a list of sources on o / e spelling and stress, see Discussion.
  2. 12 Genus Warbler - Acrocephalus: description - www.ecosystema.ru/08nature/birds/161p.php
  3. Martynov E.N. Biology of forest vertebrates. SPb .: LTA, 2004.83 p.

Literature

  • Baker, Warblers of Europe Asia and North Africa ISBN 0-7136-3971-7
  • Barlow, Wacher and Disley, Birds of The Gambia ISBN 1-873403-32-1
  • Grimmett, Inskipp and Inskipp, Birds of India ISBN 0-691-04910-6
  • King, Woodcock and Dickinson,Birds of South-East Asia, ISBN 0-00-219206-3
  • Mullarney, Svensson, Zetterstrom and Grant, Collins bird guide ISBN 0-00-219728-6
  • Ian Sinclair, Phil Hockey and Warwick Tarboton, SASOL Birds of Southern Africa (Struik 2002) ISBN 1-86872-721-1
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This abstract is based on an article from the Russian Wikipedia. Synchronization completed 07/13/11 08:45:03
Similar abstracts: Warbler, Kukovskaya warbler, Reed warbler, Warbler Pervaya, Warbler-badger, Thin-billed warbler, Marsh warbler, Aldabran warbler, Blue bird (bird).

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