I see Reed Warblers in lots of different trees/shrubs. As long as they are
near water they seem happy. There are willows on a lagoon near my house and
that is their favourite perch, rather than the dense grass nearby.
On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 9:29 PM, Tony Eales <> wrote:
> Saw a reed warbler up in a casurina just last Monday. A first for me but it
> seems not unheard of.
> Cheers Tony
> >The bird to me looks like a Rufous Whistler (possibly female or more
> likely a
> >young male going into adult plumage).
> >The cisticola is a mystery - reed warbler a possibility but looks odd
> >Peter> From: > To: > Date:
> Wed, 13
> >Aug 2008 12:26:03 +1000> CC: > Subject:
> >Re: Help identifying some bird photos please> > Hi Have attached a higher
> >resolution image of (M6) the supposed Gerygone/Thornbill/? lots of
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