Swainson’s Thrush

Hey guys welcome back! When it comes to brown birds, sparrows usually get the bad rap of being confusing and difficult to ID. And while this is true, thrushes give them a run for their money. Now, there are much fewer thrush species in North America to contend with, but there are a handful in... Continue Reading →

Wood Thrush

Hey guys, welcome back! Today is a bird that most birders will agree has one of the coolest songs, the wood thrush. Not the first brown and spotted thrush we've done (and it won't be the last either), the wood thrush differs in that it is heavily spotted all the way down it's belly as... Continue Reading →

Veery

Hey guys, welcome back! Today's bird is a member of the thrush family. The veery is a brightly colored warm cinnamon-brown. Their underparts are a buff with light spots on their throat and upper breast. Although at first glance, they're pretty similar to other thrushes like the hermit and Swainson's, their brighter brown, and lighter... Continue Reading →

Hermit Thrush

Hey guys, welcome back. Today is the first of many thrushes that pretty much look and act exactly the same. This one is, in my experience, the most common of them. The Hermit Thrush is widespread, found throughout North America from Alaska, down to southern Mexico. Like most thrushes, they are most commonly seen on... Continue Reading →

American Robin

Hey guys, welcome back! How did it take us this long to get to one of most common, widespread, and well known birds in North America? Well, the actual answer is I took my life list and arranged it by date and that's the order I'm going in on the blog haha. Anyway, the American... Continue Reading →

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