. An illustrated manual of British birds . an see no reason for supposingthe bird to be more of a mocker than the Song-Thrush or the Night-ingale. When the nest is approached a soft pi-ti-u-y is uttered ;the alarm-note being an angry tek, tek, fek. The food of the IcterineWarbler is principally insects and small snails, -but in summer andautumn fruit and berries are freely consumed. The adult male in spring has the lores and a streak over the eyeyellow ; upper parts greyish-olive ; quills brown, broadly marginedand tipped with bufiish-white on the secondaries ; tail brown, slightlytipped with

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. An illustrated manual of British birds . an see no reason for supposingthe bird to be more of a mocker than the Song-Thrush or the Night-ingale. When the nest is approached a soft pi-ti-u-y is uttered ;the alarm-note being an angry tek, tek, fek. The food of the IcterineWarbler is principally insects and small snails, -but in summer andautumn fruit and berries are freely consumed. The adult male in spring has the lores and a streak over the eyeyellow ; upper parts greyish-olive ; quills brown, broadly marginedand tipped with bufiish-white on the secondaries ; tail brown, slightlytipped with

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