English: Pallas’ Leaf Warbler,
Lemon-rumped Warbler, Pale-rumped Warbler, Yellow-rumped Warbler
Russian: Корольковая пеночка
German: Goldhahnchen Laubsanger
French: Pouillot de Pallas
Mongolian: Жирхэн дуучшувуу
Japanese: カラフトムシクイ (Karafuto-mushikui)
Body length: 9-10 cm
Wing span: 13-16 cm
Breeding season: May-August
Egg number: 4-6
Egg colour: Whitish with grayish or
dark-brown fine speckles and spots.
1 per year
Global status: Least concern
Regional status: Least concern
Food: Flies, small moths, spiders, their
larvae and pupae.
Breeding pairs build their nest as a loosely woven domed cup in
coniferous trees 0-5 m high –sometime 10 m high – in coniferous and mixed
forests in mountain taiga forests, forest steppe and river valley forests. The
nest is made of dry thin twigs, strips, of bast, other plant fibers, tree
leaves and moss.