This video says about itself:
A few minutes singing by a song thrush (Turdus philomelos) in Spring 2010, with a lot of unusual trilling and a few bits of mimicry (tawny owl and green woodpecker amongst them).
This morning, like yesterday, the song thrush sang again.
The weather forecast says that they expect colder winter weather. I wonder whether the thrush will keep singing then.
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- A Winter Distribution Model for Bicknell’s Thrush (Catharus bicknelli), a Conservation Tool for a Threatened Migratory Songbird (plosone.org)
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- 6 January 2013 (cotswoldwaterpark.wordpress.com)
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- Bird song returns. In North Norfolk, a half hour song from a hopeful Song Thrush before the unremitting rainfall returns. (notopaulum.wordpress.com)
- Teal at Pentrosfa bog (radnorshirebirds.wordpress.com)
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