Male Bearded tit on reed (Panurus biarmicus) Suffolk, UK

The 'pinging' calls of this species are usually the first indicator that they are present. They live in dense reedbeds and can often be seen fluttering over the tops of the reeds in small groups. They are not members of the Tit family at all and are sometimes called Bearded Reedlings.

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Male Bearded tit on reed (Panurus biarmicus) Suffolk, UK

The 'pinging' calls of this species are usually the first indicator that they are present. They live in dense reedbeds and can often be seen fluttering over the tops of the reeds in small groups. They are not members of the Tit family at all and are sometimes called Bearded Reedlings.

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