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Young Thrushes

25 days ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

Admittedly this has never crossed my mind as being remotely interesting, young birds are generally awkward things, not yet fitting into the sleek and streamlined expectation of the dictionary definition of “bird”. Furthermore, thrushes are often underappreciated creatures on their own. Many times a result of their ubiquity around our homes. But then we hear them singing, and we become smitten.
Their sweet song is often in contrast to many of their other vocalizations, some of which can be a bit jarring. The scolding alarm call of the Spectacled Thrush for example is something that I grew...
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