|Genus||Species||subspecies||Breeding Range||Breeding Range 2||Non Breeding Range|
|Phylloscopus||fuscatus||EU||ne Asia, wc China||OR|
Plumage essentially brown above and buff and grey-white below, with rusty-white supercilium. Adult lacks any fully green or yellow tones.
Sexes similar, no seasonal variation.
Listen to the sound of Dusky Warbler
Copyright remark: Most sounds derived from xeno-canto
|wingspan min.:||17||cm||wingspan max.:||18||cm|
|size min.:||10||cm||size max.:||11||cm|
|incubation min.:||11||days||incubation max.:||13||days|
|fledging min.:||0||days||fledging max.:||13||days|
Breeds from upper Ob and western Altai in Siberia east to Anadyr region and Sakhalin island, south to eastern Himalayas and central and north-east China. Accidental recordings in Britain, Channel Islands, Ireland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden (possibly annual), Finland (annual), Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Malta, Greece, Russia (Leningrad region), Cyprus, Israel, Egypt, Morocco, Madeira.
Autumn vagrancy to western Europe, resulting from reverse migration or westward displacement in anti-cyclonic conditions, is widespread in small numbers. In Britain and Ireland, 47 records 1958-85; 45 between late September and November (one 18 August); bird recorded Isle of Man 14 May 1970 (recovered in Limerick, south-west Ireland, 5 December 1970), had probably wintered in western Europe. Record influx 1987: e.g. 17 Britain and Ireland, 10 Denmark, 6 Netherlands.