[midvalleybirds] Re: [ADV] [MidValleyNature:5159] backyard thrush

clearwater at peak.org clearwater at peak.org
Mon Jan 20 10:30:42 PST 2020


Hi Bill, 

Hermit Thrush is far and away the most likely small, spotted thrush for this time of year. 

If you get a good look, one thing to watch for is a tail that's noticeably more reddish/rusty than the back. They also make a low, soft "chup!" note, similar to Varied Thrush but a little softer. 

Almost as endearing as bluebirds! 

Joel 


From: "Bill Gerth" <b_gerth at comcast.net> 
To: "Don Boucher" <donaboucher at gmail.com>, "Midvalley Birding Midvalley" <birding at midvalleybirding.org>, "Mid-Valley Nature" <mid-valley-nature at googlegroups.com> 
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2020 9:43:44 AM 
Subject: [ADV] [MidValleyNature:5159] backyard thrush 

Hi folks, 

Happy MLK day! 

Hey...I saw a smallish brown thrush with a speckled breast in my backyard this morning. Any thoughts on which species this is likely to be? 
If I see it again, I'll try to get a photo. 

Thanks! 
Cheers, 
Bill 


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