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SEDGE WARBLER

The Sedge Warbler is a medium sized warbler with olive-brown and black streaked wings and back and lighter brown / whitish underside.  The Sedge Warbler has a darker cap and a creamy white stripe above the eye.  The Sedge Warbler is also slightly smaller than a Reed Warbler but is a more common sight.  There are an estimated 300,000 pairs resident in the UK between April and October and can be found in waterside reed, nettle beds, bramble thickets and is often seen singing from the tops of bushes.

Length: 13cm (5in)

Wingspan: 17-21cm (6½-8½in)

Weight: 10-13g (¼-½oz)

Average Life: 5 years

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