Swainson’s thrush, also known as olive back thrush and russet back thrush, is a medium-sized thrush. It is a member of the Catharus genus and is a typical representative in terms of its soft colors and gorgeous flute-like sound. Swenson’s thrush was named after the British ornithologist William Swainson (William Swainson). At the peak of migration, Swanson’s thrush is usually ordinary in woodlands and parks, lurking in bushes and sliding into fruit trees to pick berries. Although they tend to be hidden, patient birdwatchers can eventually see them well to discern the bold bloody tan eye circles that give these birds a vigilant or stunned look. Like other brown thrushes, Swainson’s thrush migrates frequently at night, and their unique call cryptogram can be heard overhead on clear nights in spring and autumn.
Ringtone, Alarm, Notification, SMS
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