|Wood Warbler Phylloscopus sibilatrix|
|Valles Occidentales, Aragon, Spain
The Wood Warbler breeds in western and central Europe through to central Siberia. It winters in Africa south of the Sahara. See the distribution map at xeno-canto. This sighting in Spain was unusual but the bird, which was singing strongly, was presumably on its migration northwards.
|It is noted for its bright yellow supercilium below which
is a prominent eye-stripe with a dark rear "hook". The tertials have pale edges and it has a very long primary projection.
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