Scientific Name: Turdus viscivorus Common Name: Mistle Thrush
Identifying Features: grey-brown upper parts, greyish-white chin and throat, black spots on pale yellow and off-white under parts
- They are monogamous and stay as a pair throughout the year in areas where they are not migratory.
- Courtship feeding of the female by her partner has sometimes been observed.
- Mistle thrushes feed mainly on invertebrates, fruit and berries.
This image was clicked by Ianpreston – via Flickr.
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