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Eurasian Blackcap


Eurasian Blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla) is a species of bird in the Sylviidae family.
The Eurasian blackcap (Sylvia atricapilla) usually known simply as the blackcap, is a common and widespread typical warbler

Appearance: A fairly large and attractive warbler. Male greenish grey with a distinctive black cap. Female brownish grey with a reddish brown cap.
Size: Length 13.5–15 cm, weight 15–24 g.
Nest: In a small shrub or herbaceous plant at a height of 0.1–1.75 m. More solidly built than nest of Garden Warbler. Made of dry plant stalks, lined with hair, roots and fine grass, bound with spider’s web strands.
Breeding: 3to 6 eggs laid in May, incubated by both parents for 10–11 days. Fledglings remain in nest for 9–11 days.
Distribution: Breeds in herb-rich deciduous and mixed forests in Southern and Central Finland, only sparsely further north where range extends as far north as Kainuu. Finnish breeding population estimated at 30,000–50,000 pairs.
Migration: Nocturnal. “Leaves Finland August–October, returning May–June. Winters in East Africa and around the Mediterranean. Some birds occasionally overwinter in Finland. * Diet: Invertebrates, berries.
Calls: A harsh “chek”. Melodious song similar to song of Garden Warbler, but more flute-like, especially in later stages.
Male Blackcaps are mainly greyish in colouring with distinctive black caps. Females are more brownish grey with a reddish brown cap. Juveniles resemble females, though juvenile males begin to grow black feathers on their black caps in early autumn during a partial moult. Blackcaps have dark bluish grey legs, black or dark brown beaks, and brown irises.
Afrikaans: Swartkroonsanger
Arabic: أبو قلنسوة, سويدة وحميرة رأس
Asturian: Papuda
Azerbaijani: Qarabaş silvi
Belarusian: Леска-чорнагалоўка, Чарнагалоўа валасянка
Bulgarian: Голямо черноглаво коприварче
Breton: An devedig kabell du
Catalan: Busqueret de capell, Tallarol de casquet
Catalan (Balears): Busqueret de capell
Czech: Penice cernohlavá, Pěnice černohlavá, pìnice èernohlavá
Welsh: Lleian benddu, Penddu, Penlöyn, Telor bach penddu, Telor penddu
Danish: Munk
German: Moenchsgrasmuecke, Mönchsgramücke, Monchsgrasmucke, Mönchsgrasmücke, Mönchsgrassmücke, Schwarzplättchen
Greek: Αμπελοπούλλι, Μαυροσκούφης
Greek (Cypriot): Αμπελοπούλλι
English: Blackcap, Black-cap Warbler, Black-capped Warbler, Eurasian Blackcap, European Blackcap
English (Kenya): Blackcap
Esperanto: nigra^capa silvio, Nigraĉapa silvio
Spanish: Curruca Capirotada, Curruca mosquitera
Spanish (Spain): Curruca Capirotada
Estonian: Mustpea-poosalind, Mustpea-põõsalind
Basque: Tallarol de casquet , Txinbo kaskabeltz, Txinbo kaskabeltza
Persian: سسک سرسیاه
Finnish: Mustapääkerttu, Mustapääkertut
Faroese: Munkur
French: Fauvette à tête noire
Frisian: Nettelkrûper
Irish: Caipín Dubh
Gaelic: Ceann-Dubh
Galician: Papuxa das amoras, Tallarol de casquet
Manx: Bayrn Dhoo, Kione doo ny yeeiginyn
Hebrew: סבכי שחור כיפה, סבכי שחור־כיפה, סבכי שחור־כפה, סבכי שחור-כיפה
Croatian: Crnoglava grmuša, Crnokapa Grmuša
Hungarian: Barátposzáta
Armenian: [Sevagloukh Shahrik ], Սևագլուխ Շահրիկ
Icelandic: Hettusöngvari
Italian: Capinera
Japanese: zu-guro mushi-kui, zuguromushikui, Zuguro-mushikui
Japanese: ズグロムシクイ
Japanese (Kanji): 頭黒虫喰
Georgian: შავთავა ასკაპუჭა, შავთავა ასპუჭაკა
Kazakh: Қарабас сандуғаш
Kazakh (Transliteration): qara-bas sandwğaş
Cornish: Telor pendu
Latin: Motacilla Atricapilla, Sylvia atricapilla, Sylvia atricapilla atricapilla
Luxembourgish: Schwaarz Graatsch
Lithuanian: Juodagalve devynbalse, Juodagalvė devynbalsė
Latvian: Melngalvas ķauķis
Macedonian: Црноглав грмушар, црноглаво грмушарче, Црноглаво коприварче
Mongolian: Халимагт зэржигэнэ
Mongolian (Transliteration): khal'magt zerjigen
Maltese: Kapinera
Dutch: Zwartkop
Norwegian: Munk, Munken
Polish: kapturka, kapturka (pokrzewka czarnołbista), Pokrzewka czarnogłowa, Pokrzewka czarnołbista
Pinyin: hēi-dǐng lín-yīng
Portuguese: toutinegra de barrete negro, toutinegra-de-barrete, Toutinegra-de-barrete-negro, Toutinegra-de-barrete-preto, Toutinegra-de-barrette-preto
Portuguese (Portugal): Toutinegra-de-barrete
Romansh: Fustgetta dal chapitsch
Romanian: Silvie cu cap negru
Russian: Slavka-chernogolovka, Славка черноголовая, Славка-черноголовка, Черноголовая славка
Sardinian: Conca de oro, Conchinigheddu, Deddea, Filormena, Prabarissa
Scots: Ceann dubh
Sindhi: ټٕٖ إَ يٌٓ
Northern Sami: Gahpervizar
Slovak: Penica čiernohlavá
Slovenian: crnoglavka, črnoglavka
Albanian: Bilbilth kokëzi, Bilbilthi kokëzi, Rradak ziu
Serbian: crnoglava grmuša, Црноглава грмуша
Swedish: Svarthätta
Swahili: Kucha Utosi-mweusi
Turkish: Kara Başlı Ötleğen, kara başly ötleğen, Karabağlı ötleğen, Karabaşlı Ötleğen, Kara-başlı Ötleğen, Karabaşlı Ötleğen Kuşu, Karabaşlı Ötleşen, Қарабас сандуғаш
Ukrainian: Кропив'янка чорноголова , Чорноголова кропив'янка, Чорноголова славка
Chinese: 黑顶林莺
Chinese (Traditional): 黑頂林鶯



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