Garden warblers are fairly nondescript as warblers go, similar to many other warbler species. But what they lack in appearance is more than made up for in their song - a collection of sweet, musical notes that's remarkably similar to that of a blackcap. It's so similar, in fact, that the two species respect the other's territorial boundaries. Garden warblers breed in the woodlands and hedgerows of Europe and Asia. To prepare for the migratory journey to Africa for the winter, garden warblers eat as many berries as they can, often covering themselves in fruit juice.
Scientific name: Sylvia borin
Species range provided by WWF's Wildfinder.
The following habitats are found across the Garden warbler distribution range. Find out more about these environments, what it takes to live there and what else inhabits them.
Discover what these behaviours are and how different plants and animals use them.
Additional data source: Animal Diversity Web
Year assessed: 2009
Classified by: IUCN 3.1
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