Distribution: Widespread summer visitor to Europe and the UK but does not breed in the far North of scotland.
Habitat: Frequenting tall Beech and Oak woodlands, were it's spends most of it's time in the forest canopy.
Notes: Largest of the green/yellow warblers, the Wood warbler is peculiar in having two totally different songs. The regular song is a powerful shivering trill which causes the whole bird to vibrate. Unmistakable in spring with it's yellow breast, white underside, pale legs, short tail and head up singing posture.