The breeding range of Marsh Warblers Acrocephalus palustris lies almost entirely within the Western Palearctic, in a belt across Central Europe from the basin of the Kama and Ural Rivers in the east (Dementiev & Gladkov 1968) to the North Sea and the English Channel coast of Western Europe. The species breeds as far north as southern Finland and Sweden, southwards to northern Italy and th


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