Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Brown Thrashers, June 7, 2017

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Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, May 27, 2017
Brown Thrashers, Toxostoma rufum, live in the eastern and central parts of the United States and in several provinces of central Canada. They are melodious singers with a wide range of songs similar to, and some say even prettier than, the Mockingbird's.

Look for them foraging on the ground near hedgerows, dense shrubs, or thickets. They eat insects, nuts, seeds, fruit, and berries.

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  1. ...pretty little thing, the songs of the birds awoke me this morning.

  2. Wow they are crecking shots,I've only ever seen one, that was in Florida.
    Take care,have a good week , Gordon.

  3. Hello, awesome captures of the Brown Thrasher. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

  4. I haven't seen one in years!

  5. A bird we don't have here. Interesting. Look at that beak

  6. Thrashers are high on my list of favorite birds. Sadly, I almost never see them here.

  7. And every so often, they winter in Arizona. Which makes for a lovely treat! Beautiful birds. Secretive....and beautiful.


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