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Willow Warbler

(Phylloscopus trochilus)
Alternate name(s): "Willow Wren"
German name(s): "Fitis"

Size: 10.5-11.5 cm; wing span 16.5-22 cm
Weight: 6-12 g

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Physical description

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Taxonomy, classification

See Willow Warbler at Wikipedia .

Range, habitat, finding this species

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Sightings

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Photos

Race "trochilus"

ADULT

Full-frontal view of a Willow Warbler; note the faint yellow hues (photo courtesy of D. Wilczynska)
[Near Brok, Masovia, Poland, April 2016]

Frontal view of a Willow Warbler, slightly different posture (photo courtesy of D. Wilczynska)
[Near Brok, Masovia, Poland, August 2016]

Near-lateral view of a Willow Warbler (photo courtesy of D. Wilczynska)
[Near Brok, Masovia, Poland, August 2016]

Near-lateral view of a Willow Warbler issuing its song; note the characteristic colour pattern around the edges of the ear coverts (photo courtesy of D. Wilczynska)
[Near Brok, Masovia, Poland, April 2016]

Near-lateral view of a Willow Warbler (photo courtesy of D. Wilczynska)
[Near Brok, Masovia, Poland, April 2016]

Lateral view of a Willow Warbler (photo courtesy of D. Wilczynska)
[Near Brok, Masovia, Poland, August 2016]

Lateral view of a Willow Warbler (photo courtesy of D. Wilczynska)
[Near Brok, Masovia, Poland, April 2016]

Near-dorsal view of a Willow Warbler (photo courtesy of D. Wilczynska)
[Near Brok, Masovia, Poland, August 2016]

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