Western Olivaceous Warbler


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THREAT CATEGORY
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WHERE TO SEE IT
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STATUS
Summer visitor and migrant.
 

ABUNDANCE
Very scarce.

HABITAT
Riparian thickets, especially well developed Tamarisk groves interspersed with wetland vegetation, White Poplars, Black Poplars, Oleander, etc. To a lesser extent also breeds in riparian bush formations of Oleander and Tamujo.

SEASONAL BEHAVIOUR
Arrives in mid April and most have left by late September, although some hang on until October. 

DISTRIBUTION
The biggest breeding population in the riverside copses of the Guadalquivir between Adamuz and Villanueva de la Reina and also in the final reaches of the Jándula (El Rincón). In the western zone birds can be seen in summer on the tributaries of the River Chanza. On passage may turn up in other areas; there are records, for example, from orchards around Cazalla de la Sierra, Rivera de Ciudadeja or – just outside our territory – from the Rivera de Huelva at La Minilla.