Long Point Thrushes. Ontario

A selection of Thrushes from Long Point.

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Veery.

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Probably the most commonly encountered catharus thrush.

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Their cinnamon tones and open face give them a soft demeanour.

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Hermit Thrush.

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Far more numerous during the first few days.

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Swainson’s Thrush

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As with Veery this species was easy to see.

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Many times I imagined I was on St Agnes whilst watching these thrushes.

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Wood Thrush

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Wood Thrush

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Not as numerous as Hermit and Swainson’s but fairly easy to sing, beautiful singers too.

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Last but not least, the ubiquitous American Robin.

 

 

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