Bonelli's Warbler Phylloscopus orientalis
13' 30.8" N 26° 02' 39.4" E 19
from wooded hillside of Sweet Chestnut, Oak, Plane and
composed of short 1.0 sec strophes, each composed
of a series of 9-18 repeated, downslurred elements, sounding very
like the dry rattle of Western Bonelli's Warbler (P.
bonelli). Song strophes interspered with 'chip'
call notes consisting of a single, sharp, slightly downslurred
element - completely different from bonelli (musical,
up-then-downslurred 'too-eee'). Each
strophe repeated up to six times per minute.
Click here for the MP3 file
rate per minute
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