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  1. The last Thrushes of spring

    The last Thrushes of spring

    Thrushes in return migration the last days of March, the following species are visible in the video: Redwing (Turdus iliacus), Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos) and Blackbird (Turdus merula), especially in ivy intent on feeding.
  2. Bringing Home the Bugs

    Bringing Home the Bugs

    This male Eastern Bluebird brings some food to his nestlings at Starkey Wilderness Park
  3. Fieldfare


    In February 2919, looking out of my apartment window, I noticed some Fieldfares picking the rowan berries from a rowan tree at my window, and it even had started snowing. I love this scene. So, I quickly fetched my camera and opened the window completely to create this short video clip of...
  4. Northern Wheatear (♀)

    Northern Wheatear (♀)

    A female Northern Wheatear at Breskens, Slugs, Zealand, Netherlands
  5. Red-spotted Bluethroat

    Red-spotted Bluethroat

    Two male Red-spotted Bluethroats fight over territory near Teller, Alaska. To purchase framed and other presentations of these and other birds go to mikerossoils.fineartamerica.com.
  6. Red-spotted Bluethroat

    Red-spotted Bluethroat

    Male Bluethroat in his territory near Teller, Alaska. To purchase framed and other types of presentations of these and other birds go to mikerossoils.fineartamerica.com.
  7. Bluethroat


    Two male Bluethroats fighting over a territory near Teller, Alaska. For framed and other pictures of these birds and others go to mikerossoils.fineartamerica.com.
  8. White-necked Thrush

    White-necked Thrush

  9. Chiguanco Thrush

    Chiguanco Thrush

  10. Rufous-bellied Thrush

    Rufous-bellied Thrush

  11. Exhibiting


    A male White-tailed Rubythroat.
  12. Blackbird - female

    Blackbird - female

  13. Robin


  14. An Opportunity Lost...

    An Opportunity Lost...

    A lovely sight. An Orange Headed Trush in mixed light...I ended up making a hash of the exposure. That the camera was on factory settings, did not help a bit... A lesson on how not to... :-(
  15. Dama


    The Orange Headed Thrush (aka Dama Thrush) is a resident of our climes. This is the east indian subspecies. The Central Indian/ Peninsular sub species has stpes on its face. A brilliantly coloured bird, Dama prefers the canopy of deciduous woodlands.
  16. Rufous-bellied Thrush (Leucistic)

    Rufous-bellied Thrush (Leucistic)

    Sabi-laranjeira ( uma mutao) Turdidae See more photos in: http://www.carduelis.bio.br
  17. Sabia-Poca


    Very similar to the wise person-white. One detail that it differentiates well at a distance is that the puddle has a dark mark in loro, the region that is entre the peak and the eye, what it of the one air of brave. When it settles, verticalment puts into motion the taile, making this also when...
  18. Robin


  19. Turdus ignobilis

    Turdus ignobilis

    Black-billed Robin.