Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Brown Thrasher, July 18, 2018

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B is for the Brown Thrasher - a North American songbird

Pickwick, Tennessee, USA, June 4, 2018
Brown Thrashers are accomplished singers, imitating the songs of many other birds. They are most often seen foraging on the ground, but I have seen them at suet feeders in the Winter. They eat many kinds of insects, worms, fruit, and seeds. Look for them in the eastern half of the United States and southeastern Canada. To attract them to your yard, plant berry-producing trees and shrubs.

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  1. ...neat critter, I don't think that I've seen one before.

  2. Those are rare here and don’t know why.

  3. He looks very pround and should be.
    Coffee is on

  4. Very nice picture Lea. That's quite a brown, a little rusty orange.

  5. He is a very sleek bird, Lea!

  6. Very nice shot! I can't get a thrasher to stop long enough to take a picture.

  7. That's a handsome bird. Its shape reminds me of the mockingbirds in our area, which are are brown and white. The mockingbirds fool me all the time. They sound so forlorn when they're calling out for a mate.

  8. For B a perfect choice in your language… ;-)

    Not in mine... overhere it is called "Rosse Spotlijster"

    Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♪ (ABC-W-team)


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