Phylloscopus trochilus (Linnaeus 1758) (Family Sylviidae)


Young

Migratory Nester (9500 km); Territory: 700-4000m²;
Length: 10.5-11.5cm; Wingspan: 16.5-22cm; Weight: Male 6.4-11.5g, Female 6.1-9.5g;
4-8 Eggs: May - June (12-14 Days); Young: May - July (11-15 Days);
Migration: March - April (Earliest: 30.3), July - October (Latest: 30.9);
Moult: January - February, July - August

Biotopes:
Hedge Rows

Wet Forest
Nest:
(0 - 0.5 m)
On Ground
Low Shrubs
Principal Food:
Hemiptera

Coleoptera

Diptera

Araneae
Predator: Circus cyaneus


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