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Crissal Thrasher

Toxostoma crissale


Similar to the California Thrasher, these birds have a reddish undertail, brown head, thinner bill and pale eyes. These birds are known for their long tails and long curved bills. This one help realized that differ with the Towhees that the Thrashers run not hop around.


Found in the dry area of the wetlands under and in shrubs, bushes and tangles.

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Jellis 8 years ago

There was lots of them. Thank you.

JoshuaGSmith 8 years ago

Awesome! You found it.

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Yuma, Arizona, USA

Spotted on Feb 6, 2015
Submitted on Feb 12, 2015

Spotted for Mission

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