Alert Status: Green - 27% decline
Identifying Features: A very plain warbler with no distinguishing features, olive brown grey colour
Average Length: 14 cm
Average Lifespan: 2 years
Average Wingspan: 20-22 cm
Beak type: Insects
Natural: Caterpillars, larvae, spiders, flies, worms, berries and fruit
Nesting: The nest is built by both birds and is usually low in a tree or bush. The cup-shaped nest is made from dry grasses and lined with finer grasses and hair.
Where to see: Garden warblers can be seen in deciduous and mixed woodland and woodland edges. They especially like coppiced woodland and can sometimes be found in farmland hedgerows. It is most common in England, Wales and S Scotland.