Slender leaf warbler with no wingbar, greenish wings contrasting with grayish upperparts, a long, contrasting white eyebrow, and a long, pointed, mostly dark bill. Endemic to the Indian Subcontinent. Breeds around Kashmir. Winters in shrubbery along wet hilltops in southern India. Often seen in spring passing through the western Himalayan foothills. Can be told from Siberian Chiffchaff by its long dark eye-stripe, and from Greenish Warbler by its bill, contrasting upperparts, preference for shrubs, and distinct rising Chiffchaff-like “sweee” call.