Pheathers – Brown Thrasher

I saw this beautiful bird near my feeder this week. He is not a normal visitor to my yard. Once again I relied on my camera’s zoom feature to get a good look at him. I was able to identify him as a Brown Thrasher. Cornell Lab of Ornithology has good information on the Brown Thrasher and also has song recordings. Click on the link above for more on this beautiful bird.

Many of the Cornell Lab’s Bird Cams give you views into the newly-hatched baby birds. Here’s a link to the Red-tailed Hawks. Across the top of the page you can find more live bird cams to visit. Cornell Lab Bird Cams/Red-tailed Hawks.

13 thoughts on “Pheathers – Brown Thrasher

    1. Timelesslady

      Thanks, I couldn’t tell the details making him up until I downloaded the photograph. I love having a zoom…makes bird-watching easier.

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        1. Timelesslady

          I love bird song. We have one that gets his days and night mixed up and once in a while, in the middle of the night, we will hear a burst of song.

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            1. Timelesslady

              I’m not sure…perhaps…and I’ve seen some mockingbirds around the yard. Their songs are sublime…unless you are trying to sleep, but even so…it’s a strange kind of mixed blessing.

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