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I took this shot of Dartford Warbler in Valencia region of Spain.


Dartford Warbler (Sylvia undata) is a small bird that is native to the western and southern parts of Europe, including the Valencia region of Spain. It is a common resident bird in the rocky, scrubby areas of the region, especially in the coastal areas.


The Dartford Warbler is a small, long-tailed bird with a distinctive red eye and a reddish-brown back. It is known for its energetic and agile movements as it flits through the scrub, searching for insects and spiders to feed on.


In the Valencia region, the Dartford Warbler can be found in the scrublands of the Albufera Natural Park and the mountains of the Sierra de Espadán Natural Park. It is also found in other areas of the Valencia region that have suitable habitats, such as rocky hillsides and garrigue.


Dartford Warbler is a protected species in Spain, and its populations have been impacted by habitat loss and degradation. Conservation efforts are underway to protect the species and its habitat in the Valencia region and throughout its range.


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Dartford Warbler

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