Eurasian Blackcap

Where can I see the Eurasian Blackcap

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The Eurasian Blackcap is a small passerine bird that is found in Eurasia and North Africa.

It is a member of the warbler family, and its plumage is mainly black and white.

The Eurasian Blackcap's habitat is deciduous forests, where it feeds on insects and spiders.

This little bird is very territorial, and during the breeding season, the male sings loudly to protect his territory.

The Eurasian Blackcap is a beautiful songbird that is well worth a visit in the wild!

Animal population
100,000,000-165,000,000
Population
IUCN Classification
Least Concern (LC)
IUCN Classification
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Geeky Facts about the Eurasian Blackcap

Fact 1

It is usually known simply as the blackcap,

Fact 2

The rich and varied song of this bird has led to it being described as the "mock nightingale".

Fact 3

They can fly at a top speed of 46.60 mph (75 kph).

Tours where I can see the Eurasian Blackcap

Sinai
Sinai

Sinai

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Egypt
Tour Type
Small group
Activity Level
3 - Average

13 days from

£1,450 / person

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Raft & Trek Morocco
Raft & Trek Morocco

Raft & Trek Morocco

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Morocco
Tour Type
Small group
Activity Level
3 - Average

7 days from

TBC / person

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Gran Canaria
Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria

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Spain
Tour Type
Small group
Activity Level
3 - Average

7 days from

£1,445 / person

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