Grasshopper Warbler


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STATUS
Migrant.
 

ABUNDANCE
Rare.

HABITAT
Shady riparian thickets and tussocky grassland.

SEASONAL BEHAVIOUR
There are records from late August and September. Maybe there is some spring passage too. 

DISTRIBUTION
Recorded only from one site, Arroyo de La Garganta (Cazalla de la Sierra), where four birds were ringed in different years (2006, 2007 and 2009).

COMMENTS
The Grasshopper Warbler, quite common in Europe as a whole, probably passes through our territory unnoticed since it is a very secretive and skulking bird that stays deep within dense thickets. Ringing records suggest a modest but regular passage.