Plain and inconspicuous little warbler. The underparts are pale buff, and the legs and bill pink. Found in dry savanna habitats, mostly in acacia trees. Always in pairs or small groups which feed actively in the canopy. The call is a quiet repeated “tik” and the song a short dry trill. Even plainer than most other small, plain birds. Distinguished from Willow Warbler by the white outer tail and lack of a distinct eyebrow.