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|This Mistle Thrush visits most days but catching him is more of a challenge, he's always on the move.|
Mistle Thrush's are not so well known as the Song Thrush, although they are not rare, they prefer farmland and parks.
They feed on the ground. Its bigger than a blackbird, long tailed, smallish round-head. Moves with bounding hops on the ground.
Flight high on long, pointed wings. Noisy aggressive, often on berries.
Their 4 eggs hatch after 14 days and young fly in 14-16 days.
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excellent close-up photo of the Mistle Thrush,
fine POV and framing, beautiful luminosity of the image,
excellent sharpness and details of the bird's plumage, TFS