African Marsh Warbler (Reed-warbler)
Acrocephalus baeticatus
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The African reed-warbler is widespread but uncommonly seen in marshes, reedbeds and rank vegetation. The upper two photos were taken in Olasiti (12-16). The 3rd row photo was taken on Ukerewe Island (5-17), courtesy of Leif Rydell. The left 4th row photo was take in Matema (12-10), courtesy of Silas Olofson; the right 4th row, at Speke's Bay (1-16). The 5th row photos were taken in Olasiti (11-08); roll your cursor over the right 5th row photo to see another. The lower birds were seen at Nyumba ya Mungu (3-12), courtesy of Paul Oliver.

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copyright © 2001-20 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
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Paul Oliver, Silas Olofson, Leif Rydell

Last Update this page: 9-08-19