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Brown Thrasher

Toxostoma rufum

Description:

Bright rufous underparts, streaked underparts, and long distinctive tail.

Habitat:

Brushland habitats.

Notes:

Common but inconspicuous; usually hidden in dense brush.

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3 Comments

CoastalJHawk
CoastalJHawk a year ago

I just watched a Brown Thrasher take out a Carolina Anole lizard. I thought they ate insects. I'm wishing I had my camera ready.

CoastalJHawk
CoastalJHawk 2 years ago

Thank you Antonio. It was great because I wasn't looking for him and had just enough time to get my camera before he disappeared in the trees.

AntónioGinjaGinja
AntónioGinjaGinja 2 years ago

great spotting James,this bird is beautiful and the bill give him a special profile,congrats

Georgia, USA

Lat: 30.77, Long: -81.59

Spotted on Mar 11, 2012
Submitted on Mar 11, 2012

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