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Saturday, May 15, 2004
Beware the Ides of May
What kind of bird is this? It's about the size of a cardinal or robin. I see one or two every once in a while in the spring, then it seems like I don't see them anymore in the summer. Can you identify the mystery bird?

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HEY CAT ITS PATTIE AGAIN....YOUR BIRD LOOKS TO BE A SONG THRUSH. HOPE THIS HELPS
INFO ON THE BIRD:

Song Thrush - Fact File


Turdus philomelos


Widespread but declining resident, and some birds from the continent arrive as winter visitors


Widespread but declining resident, and some birds from the continent arrive as winter visitors.


Smaller and warmer toned than Mistle Thrush. Loud clear song characterised by repetition of short phrases.Sexes similar.



23cm (9")
 
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