Thursday, 1 August 2013

Mistle Thrush




 This is a pale, black-spotted thrush - large, aggressive and powerful. It stands boldly upright and bounds across the ground while in flight, it has long wings and its tail has whitish edges. It is most likely to be noticed perched high at the top of a tree, singing its fluty song or giving its rattling call in flight. (link)

8/4/15
Park





23/4/14
Park



12/5/13
Park







28/5/11
Park


7/5/10
Esholt Woods
&.5.10
Song Thrush?
There was a pair of birds,by the mouth full of bug I would say they had young to feed.

12/5/10
Park


18/1/10
Eccup


January 10
Garden
Mistle Thrush
On christmas day came in to get the last few berrys on this bush.

19/10/09
Eccup
19.10.09
Mistle Thrush














October/09
Garden
17.10.09
Mistle Thrush,first for garden count.


10/5/09
Yeadon Banks
Mistle Thrush

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