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Synonyms for whitethroat

Old World warbler similar to the greater whitethroat but smaller

greyish-brown Old World warbler with a white throat and underparts

common North American finch with a white patch on the throat and black-and-white striped crown

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SUNSET: DuneUK's competition entry above and, right, Skewey's Common Whitethroat
THREAT There are worries for birds like the Common whitethroat.
IN THE soft light of a spring evening a common whitethroat sits in the middle of a thorny thicket, turning its face to the sun, relieved that the long migration from Africa is over for another year.
I've recently seen broods of reed buntings, wrens, blackbirds, common whitethroats and reed warblers.
Balsby and Dabelsteen (2001) reported male Common Whitethroats (Sylvia communis) responded more strongly to playback of longer songs than shorter songs, regardless of whether long songs were composed of a small repertoire of repeating elements or a larger repertoire with fewer repeats.
Lesser whitethroats seem abundant, but there's a shortage of common whitethroats.
For example less experienced Common Whitethroats (Sylvia communis) foraged primarily for woody nightshade (Solanum dulcamara) berries, a simple fruit, while older birds were able to forage for aggregate blackberries (Rubus fruticosus) (Boddy 1991).