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warbler US English

Any of a number of small insectivorous songbirds that typically have a warbling song

reed warbler US English

A Eurasian and African songbird with plain plumage, frequenting reed beds

sedge warbler US English

A common migratory Eurasian songbird with streaky brown plumage, frequenting marshes and reed beds

wood warbler US English

A migratory European leaf warbler found in woodlands, with plaintive calls and a trilling song

leaf warbler US English

A small, slender Old World songbird with a brown or greenish back and whitish or yellowish underparts

Cetti's warbler US English

A chestnut-brown Eurasian warbler with a strikingly loud and abrupt song

garden warbler US English

A migratory Eurasian songbird with drab plumage, frequenting woodlands

willow warbler US English

A small migratory Eurasian leaf warbler with mainly drab plumage and a tuneful song

Dartford warbler US English

A long-tailed non-migratory warbler with grey upper parts and purplish-brown underparts, found in western Europe and North Africa

icterine warbler US English

A Eurasian warbler with bright yellow underparts

fan-tailed warbler US English

A small Old World warbler with streaked plumage and a stubby boldly marked tail

grasshopper warbler US English

A secretive Eurasian warbler whose song is a high-pitched mechanical-sounding trill

prothonotary warbler US English

A North American warbler, the male of which has a golden-yellow head, breast, and underparts

blackpoll US English

A North American warbler, the male of which has a black cap, white cheeks, and white underparts streaked with black

blackpoll warbler in blackpoll US English

A North American warbler, the male of which has a black cap, white cheeks, and white underparts streaked with black

fantail warbler in fan-tailed warbler US English

A small Old World warbler with streaked plumage and a stubby boldly marked tail

dusky warbler in dusky US English

Used in names of animals with dark coloration, e.g., dusky dolphin, dusky warbler

warbler English-Spanish

curruca f, sílvido

reed warbler English-Spanish

carricero m (común)