About Sedge Warbler
- The sedge warbler is a medium-sized warbler of marshes, reedbeds and wetlands that can be spotted singing from perches on reeds and willow bushes.
- The male sedge warbler introduces random phrases into its repertoire which is known for mimicking.
- The male warbler never sings the same song twice; he attracts more mates the more phrases his song has.
- These are insectivores in nature.
- Conservation status:
- IUCN Red List: Least concern
Q1) Where is Vembanad lake?
Vembanad lake is the largest lake in the state of in Kerala and which is the longest lake of India as well.
Source: A straggler from the Sedge Warbler family alights in Kannur