The Australian Reed-Warbler is plain olive-brown above, with white underparts tinged golden-orange, and has a pale orange-brown eyebrow. The sexes are similar. This species is more often heard than seen, but will be observed at times climbing among reeds and other water vegetation. Makes short low flights across water.
The Australian Reed-Warbler’s nest, which is made from and attached to reeds, is designed to keep the eggs from rolling out even when the reeds are bent down by high winds.
Canon 50D, 150-500mm F5-6.3 APO DG OS