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|This is a gray-backed thrush - busy collecting the food from the undergrowth.|
From Wiki -
The Grey-backed Thrush (Turdus hortulorum) is a species of bird in the Turdidae family. It is found in China, Hong Kong, Japan, North Korea, South Korea, Russia, Taiwan, and Vietnam. Its natural habitat is temperate forests. A captive bred pair laid five eggs, which hatched 14 days after the first egg was laid. The young left the nest 12 days later.
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fine capture of this bird with good timing and a well chosen POV. I also like the beautiful colours and the nice sharpness.
Subhayan, This could have been a great photo, but it is not sharp. Good POV and blurred background. Bill
A very nice bird with its prey. The colors are great but the scene is not in focus....Those species (TURDUS) are shy in my country and some of them very difficult to shoot.
Have a nice weekend!