|Reeds or a bush.
Deep nest of grass,moss and cobwebs.
An insectivore, but will take other
small food items including berries.
The adult has a streaked brown back
and wings, and pale underparts. The rump is warm brown and
unstreaked, contrasting with the duller wings. The forehead
is flattened, there is a prominent whitish supercilium,
the crown is streaked with black, and the bill is strong
and pointed. The legs are greyish. The sexes are identical,
but juvenile birds have dark spots on the breast.
April - July 1- 2 broods
5 - 6. Greenish-yellow and brown-mottled.