A selection of Thrushes from Long Point.
Probably the most commonly encountered catharus thrush.
Their cinnamon tones and open face give them a soft demeanour.
Far more numerous during the first few days.
As with Veery this species was easy to see.
Many times I imagined I was on St Agnes whilst watching these thrushes.
Not as numerous as Hermit and Swainson’s but fairly easy to sing, beautiful singers too.
Last but not least, the ubiquitous American Robin.