42' 00.1" N 29° 23' 10.3" E 19
and calling from highest branches of birch slope near
composed of 2.05-2.76 sec strophes, each a trill of 20-27 double elements
(range 2.7-5.9 kHz), sounding like
a slow Eastern Bonelli's Warbler (P.
orientalis). Most strophes decreasing in frequency
by around 0.5 kHz. Song strophes usually preceeded
by a soft, Dipper-like
dzit call note (4.82-7.31 kHz). Each
strophe repeated around eight times per minute.