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In southern Australian wetlands, one of the sounds of summer is the melodious song of the Australian Reed-Warbler. This species is migratory in south-eastern parts of the country, arriving in spring and then moving north and north-west in late summer and early autumn. The species’ movements in northern Australia and the South West are less-clearly understood. Living among tall reeds in a variety of wetlands, reed-warblers clamber about the emergent vegetation, clinging sideways to the stems of reeds and rushes, plucking invertebrates, mainly insects, from the foliage.
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