The Icterine Warbler Hippolais icterina, so characteristic of the cultivated parklands and town parks of central and eastern Europe, is named by virtue of its general coloration from the Greek ikteros, meaning 'jaundice' or 'a greenish-yellow bird'. The loud song is striking and contains both fine musical and harshly discordant sounds. This species has already featured in a previous photographic serie


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