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Reedbeds are a vital habitat for numerous different species of birds and when it comes to breeding birds, reed is an excellent site due to it’s cover and protection from predators and the elements. The three warbler species that commonly nest within the reedbeds on the reserve are Reed Warbler, Sedge Warbler and Cetti’s Warbler. The three short video clips below are sound recordings of the birds’ song. Make sure the volume is turned up as they are of course very difficult to see amongst the reed.


Reed Warbler


Sedge Warbler


Cetti’s Warbler