RMB21H1X–fauvette pitchou Dartford Warbler Sylvia undata female at nest with chicks animals Aves birds Brutpflege Grasmuecken Jungenaufzu
RMAP1GWK–Dartford Warbler Sylvia undata female on lowland heath Surrey April
RM2BNE4AA–Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata) female peering from a dead Gorse bush, Bicton Common, Exmouth, Devon, UK, June.
RMEHP15G–Female Dartford Warbler-Sylvia undata perches on Common Gorse-Ulex europaeus. Uk
RMAT2XRJ–DARTFORD WARBLER SYLVIA UNDATA FEMALE LOOKING OUT OF HEATHER BUSH
RM2A2NJYE–Sylvia undata, Print, The Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata) is a typical warbler from the warmer parts of western Europe and northwestern Africa. It is a small warbler with a long thin tail and a thin pointed bill. The adult male has grey-brown upperparts and is dull reddish-brown below except for the centre of the belly which has a dirty white patch. It has light speckles on the throat and a red eye-ring. The sexes are similar but the adult female is usually less grey above and paler below., 1700-1880