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Greenish Warbler (Phylloscopus trochiloides)

 
 

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Greenish Warbler breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):

Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
Georgia
Germany
Latvia
Lithuania
Poland
Russia
Slovakia
Sweden
Turkey
Ukraine

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Mon 17/06/13
Rarity finders: Greenish Warbler, Lancashire
Rarity finders Greenish Warbler, Lancashire
Finding a local mega was a 'fairway' for conservation-minded greenkeeper Antony Wainwright to conclude his seven-year stint at Turton Golf Club.  read on read on
Sat 14/11/09 Webzine subscribers only
In and out of the species bottle:
In and out of the species bottle: "The Green Genie"
A short history of the Green Warbler in Britain.  log in log in
Fri 01/09/06 Webzine subscribers only
Greenish Warbler or Arctic Warbler: Can you tell the difference?
Greenish Warbler or Arctic Warbler
Rare leaf warblers are always an exciting part of an easterly drift in autumn, but how do you tell the difference between them? Russell Slack looks at the field identification of this familiar, but still tricky, pair.  log in log in

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