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California Thrasher

Toxostoma redivivum

Description:

A larger, gray-brown bird with a long tail that is orange on the underside. The bill is long and curved downward which is distinctive. It was hunting worms on a very rainy day. The most worms I saw in its bill at once was 6!

Habitat:

Our front yard that has both Oak Woodland and Chaparral communities. These images were taken in the bark and sidewalk just outside the front door.

Notes:

"A long-tailed bird of the chaparral, the California Thrasher is found only in California and Baja California." - All About Birds

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2 Comments

Thank you Ava. I know how you love the birdies :)

Ava T-B
Ava T-B a year ago

Lovely series!

California, USA

Lat: 32.93, Long: -116.97

Spotted on May 7, 2017
Submitted on May 9, 2017

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