Great Reed-warbler

Scientific name : Acrocephalus arundinaceus
Other names: Български: Тръстиково шаварче , Brezhoneg: Rouzegan karekit , Català: Balquer , Česky: Rákosník velký , Dansk: Drosselrørsanger , Deutsch: Drosselrohrsänger , Esperanto: Turda kanbirdo , Español: Carricero tordal , Eesti: Rästas-roolind , Basque: Lezkari karratxin , Suomi: Rastaskerttunen , Français: Rousserolle turdoïde , Magyar: Nádirigó , Italiano: Cannareccione , 日本語: オオヨシキリ , Lietuviškai: Didžioji krakšlė , Latviešu: Niedru strazds , Nederlands: Grote karekiet , Norsk: Trostesanger , Polski: Trzciniak zwyczajny , Português: Rouxinol-grande-dos-caniços , Русский: Дроздовидная камышовка , Svenska: Trastsångare , Türkçe: Büyük kamışçın , Українська: Очеретянка велика

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Short Description

The upper side is brown, and its underside is yellowish-white. The bird has a whitish throat, a strong beak and a faint white stripe above the eye.

Sightings

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