Nice capture of singing trush. It´s also known here, but not very common. LIKE! Beautiful shots and warm sunny days! Joni
Hi Joni The first birds nest I found was that of a Song Thrush. That was 40 years ago and sadly the Song Thrush has declined globally by 50%. It is now on the RSPB red list
As you can tell I have a love of birds!
You and me both Kenny
This is very nice and not a species that we find over 'ere. But we do have the wood thrush that is the most beautiful song I have ever heard, anywhere in the world.
Is this one a juvenile ? It looks very fluffy.
Cheers - Jethro
The reason it is fluffy is because it is SUNBATHING
It appears our cabin was a popular spot for feathered bathers as we had a robin bathing at the same time as this thrush.
People often are worried the bird is injured but they are actually fully alert and will dart off in a flash if you try to get near!
So now you have me looking for sunbathing birds! That is the peril of Panoramio - you can learn so much Kenny!
I might even start a sunbathing tag but fear it may be picked up for the wrong purposes.
Again, thanks for the continuing education.
Lets deviate slightly and go back to Tynemouth, what can we learn from THIS PHOTOGRAPH
Well, I was enjoying following all the links on this page, and then suddenly I was back at the biffy! ;D
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Photo taken in Offcote and Underwood, Derbyshire DE6, UK
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