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Mistle Thrush - Hans A. Traber, John Kirby (4) - Listen...The Birds (Vinyl)


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  1. Mar 09,  · Zorzal charlo (Turdus viscivorus) Mistle Thrush + - Duration: José Francisco Calvo 7, views. Song Thrush Birds Chirping and Singing on The Isles of Scilly - Duration.
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  2. Mar 31,  · Both the mistle and the song thrush start singing much earlier in the year than most other birds and their beautiful songs brighten up many a dull late winter morning.
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  3. The mistle thrush (Turdus viscivorus) is a bird common to much of Europe, temperate Asia and North Africa. It is a year-round resident in a large part of its range, but northern and eastern populations migrate south for the winter, often in small flocks.
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  4. Song and Mistle Thrush are two garden species that are readily confused; both are grey brown in appearance; both have a spotted breast and pale legs. However, with good views and the right pointers both can be identified with confidence.
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  5. Yeah your right with that, mistle thrush do more often than not sing in trees. The mistle thrushs song is also a lot harsher while the song thrush has quite a mellow song, in .
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  6. Listen the Birds; produced by the RSPB and the Dutch Society for Bird Protection; recordings by Hans A. Traber and John Kirby; a series (now fourteen in number) of 7-inch 33t r.p.m. discs, each with several related species, or with species common to one type of habitat; EPHT , and HDV The Tools ofBirdwatching
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  7. Taxonomy and systematics Name. The song thrush was described by German ornithologist Christian Ludwig Brehm in , and still bears its original scientific name, Turdus philomelos. The generic name, Turdus, is the Latin for thrush, and the specific epithet refers to a character in Greek mythology, Philomela, who had her tongue cut out, but was changed into a singing bird.
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  8. UK wildlife: mistle thrush bird eating red berries from a hawthorn tree in autumn light. mistle thrush (Turdus viscivorus), sitting on a metal post, Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate. Mistle Thrush (Turdus viscivorus), captive, animal enclosure, Bavarian Forest National Park, Bavaria, Germany. Juvenile mistle thrush (Turdus viscivorus) on rocks at.
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  9. in Blackbird the legs are dark or reddish-brown – in Mistle Thrush and Song Thrush they are pale. Redwing is a similar size to a Song Thrush but has a strong head pattern, with a pale cream stripe above the eye. Photographs: Peter Howlett, Amy Lewis and Jill Pakenham The bird on the front cover is a Mistle Thrush.
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