Brown Thrasher

I /urge compared with other birds that live-in the undergrowth, the Brown Thrasher is a shy inhabitant of dense thickets and woodland edges. It feeds by flicking back ("thrashing") leaves with its strong bill to disturb and expose its insect prey.

• NliST A cup nest made of twigs and lined with finer material, placed in a bush or tangle of thick undergrowth.

• Distribution Breeds in S. Canada and (). and K. USA. Spends the winter in S.K. I ISA.

Often sings from cover, uttering each phrase-only twice.

Plumage Sexes alike


Migration Miprant

Famil* Mimiimi:

Species "foxostonia rurvirostrr


• height, orange-red rye short, rounded wings


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