What's singing in our thicket?

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the Blackbird

the Thrush

the Fieldfare

the European Robin

May June:

the Thrush Nightingale

the Bluethroat

the Oriole

the Garden Warbler

the Chiffchaff

the Willow Warbler

Piecuszek (the Willow Warbler) – scientific name Phylloscopus – from the Greek words phyllon- leaf and skopos – observer, spy. In Europe Willow Warblers are common inhabitants of any deciduous stands of trees. They arrive in April and May and leave in August and September. They winter in sub-Saharan Africa. In Poland this specie is protected.