August 1978 – vol. 71, issue 8, pp 355–355 From some tangled bushes, out pops a largish, dull warbler with prominent legs and an apparently enormous bill. It is obviously not a Phylloscopus or a Sylvia, so it is sensible to consider the genera Acrocephalus and Hippolais; the wide base to the bill suggests the latter. The warbler has a long flat forecrown (producing a head-shape not far from that of a Starling Sturnus vulgaris), a pale... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.