American wood thrush singing, video


This video from the USA says about itself:

22 July 2015

Wood Thrushes are medium-sized, pot-bellied songbirds with dark spotting on their breast, and rich, brick-red coloration on their upper parts. Like other thrushes, they have a beautiful, flute-like song, which is commonly heard during spring and summer in deciduous forests of the eastern U.S.

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