Black-browed reed warbler
|Black-browed reed warbler|
The black-browed reed warbler (Acrocephalus bistrigiceps) is a species of marsh-warbler (family Acrocephalidae). It was formerly included in the "Old World warbler" assemblage. It is found from eastern Mongolia and south-eastern Russia to eastern China and Japan.
The black-browed reed warbler is similar and closely related to the more common and widespread Eurasian reed warbler. The bird spends its time foraging close to the ground inside undisturbed reed beds. Like many other wetland birds, it is of conservation concern owing to habitat loss-destruction of native marsh vegetation and its replacement by rice paddies and fishponds.
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- "Bushtits, leaf warblers & reed warblers « IOC World Bird List". www.worldbirdnames.org. Retrieved 18 July 2017.
- GMA NEWS.TV, Group announces first Philippine sighting of bird species
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