Birds of Namibia
Introduction: Sedge warblers (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus) are primarily reed-dwellers in mainly perennial and ephemeral wetlands with growing aquatic vegetation. They are most common in long grass and thickets, as well as papyrus, elephant grass, reeds and sedges.Distribution: Locally common and abundant in Epupa Falls, Etosha National Park, Chobe/Zambezi River systems and scattered populations in central Namibia.
Diet: Searches on the ground or from the surface of water for ants, spiders and small berries.Description: Upper parts dark olive-brown. Throat, belly and breast off-white.
Size: 12cm. Weight: 11g.
40 Room lodge only 4km from the park. Offers self catering units and a restaurant
Situated inside the Etosha Park some of the units available here offer self catering opportunities
Extremely busy accommodation inside the park with a good spot-lit waterhole, great choice if location is deciding factor on where to stay