|Site Of Nest:
shaped nest made from leaves and stems and lined
with feathers and other finer material. It is built entirely by the
female in thick dense vegetation usually at around (12 to 18 in) above
Soft-bodied insects and larvae. Cetti's
warblers prefer tiny insects because they can digest them faster.
They have a rounded head with a narrow pale grey stripe arching over
conspicuous black eyes, and short, rounded wings. The upperparts are a
rich chestnut or dark reddish-brown; the throat and breast are pale
grey. The sexes are similar.
4 to 5 eggs chestnut red in colour.
The voice below is that of the Cetti's Warbler above. Recorded two days
earlier at Linlithgow by Scott Wotherspoon and uploaded to Xeno