Its nest and eggs are so like those of the blackcap as to be discriminated with difficulty.
The blackcap has neither the fulness nor the force, but it has all and more of the former's purity.
A blackcap stared at me and fled; its triple note was repeated from bush to bush.
Miss blackcap may retire, like Jephthah's daughter, for all Farintosh will relieve her.
Here and there a shy Blackbird's note burst clearly, yet softly, while the modest blackcap skipped across our way.
Of these I will only mention the blackcap, linnet, and tree-pipit.
The blackcap warbler I found to be a rare and much overpraised bird.
Little Joe turned as if to start off in search of blackcap at once.
Similarly, the blackcap has been known to arrive in March, but its normal date is the first week or so in April.
It might be the blackcap a-warbling all among of the branches.