song thrush


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song thrush

a common Old World thrush, Turdus philomelos, that has a brown back and spotted breast and is noted for its song
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The songbirds with most declining numbers are - 1 Linnet (below) 2 Lesser redpoll 3 Song thrush 4 Starling 5 Skylark 6 Yellowhammer 7 House sparrow 8 Tree pipit 9 Stonechat 10 Wren 11 Mistle thrush 12 Swallow
Song Thrush (Unbridled's Song - Virgin Michael, by Green Dancer)
Within mere minutes, she's given a job singing backup for a deeply untalented song thrush (who deludedly dismisses her supporting vocalists, to their faces, with a blithe, ``They don't matter'').
MANY of us can remember the days when the song thrush was one of Cleveland's commonest garden birds.
The starling and the song thrush have both fallen down the pecKing order in the RSPB Big Schools' Birdwatch.
A desperately tired song thrush even perched on the shoulder of one of the crew while hundreds died in the water.
In the last four days, I have witnessed your well-fed moggies raid the nests and rip apart the chicks of two different blackbird families and a song thrush and her chicks.
Albion's club badge pictures a song thrush on a branch - perhaps today the "throstle" throttles the magpie once more?
Species in the packs support a variety of wildlife, including starlings, blackbirds, song thrush and mistle thrushes and squirrels.
They asked people to record bird visitors, particularly blackbird, robin and song thrush chicks.
The new birds on the red list join other oncecommon birds including the house sparrow, starling and song thrush.
The new birds on the red list join other once-common birds including the house sparrow, starling and song thrush.