Eurasian Reed Warbler / Carricero común
Maximum size: 14 cm
They live in wetlands, reed beds, marshlands, coastal estuaries, inland
lagoons, riverbanks, croplands, and vegetable gardens up to 1,000 m altitude.
They prefer the Mediterranean coast.
They are migratory and they summer in the Iberian Peninsula and the
Balearic Islands. They are very abundant and they nest in practically all
A Reed warbler ensconced amongst some bulrush leaves.
They are extremely persistent in their calls from within their hiding
They are included in the National List of Threatened Species.