English: Oriental Reed Warbler,
Eastern Great Reed Warbler Russian: Восточная камышевка
Mongolian: Дорнын охилбялзуухай
French: Rousserolle d’Orient
Body length: 17-19 cm
Wing span: 23-26 cm
Passage migrant /summer visitor
Breeding season: March-August
Egg number: 2-6
Egg colour: Bluish green with darkish or
olive brown spots, blotches.
1 per year
Global status: Not Evaluated
Regional status: Least concern
Food: Spiders, mayflies, dragonflies, bugs,
flies, ants, bee and wasps.
Habitat: In the breeding season, this species
occurs in overgrown reeds and thickets or bushes near lakes, marshes, ponds,
pools and rivers. The nest is building 1-1.5 meters above ground among reed
stems. The nest is a deep cylindrical cup of plant stems, leaves, and
reed-flowers, lined with small leaves, roots, reed-flowers, hair and feathers.