Nature Walk: Thrushes
“Thrushes such as the Eastern Bluebird and the Swainson's Thrush may respond to human disturbances to search for insects. In this case, some scattered trees over recently mowed grass were a feeding bonanza. Perching on low branches, they dropped to the ground, picking up exposed insects and larvae.” — Carl Kurtz
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