Warblers and allies (Sylviidae)
Where to see them
A summer visitor which is mainly confined to parts of Worcestershire and south-east England, especially Kent. Found in areas of dense vegetation with taller bushes nearby.
When to see them
It is a summer visitor to the UK, arriving on its breeding grounds much later than its close relative, the reed warbler, typically from late May to mid-June.
What they eat
Insects, and occasionally berries in autumn.
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