U is for Uguisu – Japanese Bush Warbler #atozchallenge

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25 April 2017 – U is for Uguisu – Japanese Bush Warbler – a Bird

The Uguisu is a small species of bird that is natively found throughout Japan China and Taiwan
Also commonly known as the Japanese Bush-Warbler, named for its beautiful distinctive song
The Japanese bush warbler is olive brown above and tending toward dusky colors below
The Uguisu has thin legs with long, clawed toes to help them grip onto branches more easily

Also commonly known as the Japanese Bush-Warbler, named for its beautiful distinctive song
Uguisu has small dark eyes and pale stripes above each one, straight, tan colored beak
The Uguisu has thin legs with long, clawed toes to help them grip onto branches more easily
The tail is relatively long in relation to its body size and is comprised of straight feathers

Uguisu has small dark eyes and pale stripes above each one, straight, tan colored beak
It is a relatively solitary bird with individuals only really coming together during breeding season
The tail is relatively long in relation to its body size and is comprised of straight feathers
Its distinctive breeding call can be heard throughout much of Japan from the start of spring.

It is a relatively solitary bird with individuals only really coming together during breeding season
The female constructs a cup-shaped nest in dense thicket of twigs, leaves, and moss
Its distinctive breeding call can be heard throughout much of Japan from the start of spring.
She lays up to five small eggs, sits on them herself, takes two to three weeks to hatch

The female constructs a cup-shaped nest in dense thicket of twigs, leaves, and moss
In summer it ranges from low hills to high mountains, preferring bamboo thickets and black pine trees.
She lays up to five small eggs, sits on them herself, takes two to three weeks to hatch
The chicks are fed and cared for by their mother until they fledge at around two weeks old

In summer it ranges from low hills to high mountains, preferring bamboo thickets and black pine trees.
The Japanese bush warbler is olive brown above and tending toward dusky colors below
The chicks are fed and cared for by their mother until they fledge at around two weeks old
The Uguisu is a small species of bird that is natively found throughout Japan China and Taiwan.

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