Mistle Thrush – (Turdus Viscivorus)

Bird Facts: Length: 26.5 cm The male and female have like plumage. Voice: A hard ‘tuc-tuc-tuc’ and a thin ‘see-ip’. Song: Resembling that of the blackbird but louder and with pauses between individual phrases. Size of Egg: 25.8—35.8 x 19.6—24.4 mm. The mistle thrush, the herald of spring, arrives at its breeding grounds sometimes as … Continue reading Mistle Thrush – (Turdus Viscivorus)