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Great reed warbler

Great reed warbler (Acrocephalus arundinaceus) in the nature habitat. 

Inhabits wetlands. 

He often sings perched on top of a reed. 

Pictured is a young bird that was fed shortly before I photographed it. 

A minute later he hid in the reeds and just listened to them sing… 

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Great reed warbler

Great reed warbler.

A widespread bird in Bulgaria. It inhabits wetlands. 

He often sings at the top of a reed. 

The large head and the long thick beetle are characteristic. 

Its color is gray-brown. 

It feeds on insects and spiders. 

It inhabits arrays and reeds in wetlands. 

The nest is secured to the reed stems above the water. 

It lays 3 – 6 eggs, has 1 – 2 generations annually during the period May-August. 

It winters in Africa. 

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