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Song Thrush

Turdus philomelos

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Fairly common to common in wooded habitats, parks, gardens, farmland with hedges and taller trees; often feeds on lawns and grassy verges, but usually near cover. Strident song, often heard in suburban neighborhoods, is more prolonged than Eurasian Blackbird song, and frequently repeats phrases 2-4 times. Plumage brown above and whitish below with droplet-shaped dark spots; breast has rich buffy wash in fresh plumage (mainly autumn–winter). Appreciably smaller, darker overall, and more compact than Mistle Thrush.

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