Song & Calls
The song of the Sardinian Warbler is a series of scratchy, melodic chattered phrases and is a common sound throughout much of its range. They also make a range of harsher calls with repeated ‘tchra’ notes. This species often sings while perched on top of a bush or in a display flight.
The audio in the video below was recorded in spring in Los Alcornocales Natural Park, Andalucia, Spain. The common name for this species in Spanish is Curruca cabecinegra.
Listen to Sardinian Warbler Sounds
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