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    Thrush ID Help Appreciated

    Hi Alexander, I use my bird book as a starting point and when not clear I'll have a look at various photos on the internet. On this occasion I don't think the markings on the underneath of the three birds mentioned, as shown in my book, gave the definitive answer but when looking at various...
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    Thrush ID Help Appreciated

    Cheers. The other noticeable thing was being a lot closer to this bird for a decent amount of time, at more or less similar eye level, than I would ever get to a redwing. In my limited experience, redwings spot you a mile off and don't hang around when they've seen you. I didn't really notice a...
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    Thrush ID Help Appreciated

    Hi all, Bird in the attached, I think mistle thrush although I wouldn't rule out young/younger redwing. 'Markings underneath don't look right for a redwing to me. Thanks in advance for any help, Paul. Edited to add: I should have said this bird was in woodland with huge old trees and few...