Fraser … 1:16 pm Post a comment. Red-Backed Shrike/Neuntöter(Lanius Collurio) SW Germany - From Nest building to fledglings close to the nest sites. Threats The song thrush population in England declined by … Cara Meraih Kemenangan di Agen Bola Terpercaya, A Fabulous Day on the Saltee Islands off Co.Wexford, Green Urban Birding - the Ranscombe Loop - 23rd November 2020, August 2020 Regent's Park Birds Pictorial, Tower 42 Bird Study Group - The Official Blog, Birding East India Dock Basin and the Lower Lea Valley, Red-winged and Rusty Blackbird flight call comparison. Listeners with a sharp ear can identify individual birds by the way they repeat their variants of the middle phrase. The song thrush was described by German ornithologist Christian Ludwig Brehm in 1831, and still bears its original scientific name, Turdus philomelos. Awesome Inc. theme. Never Mind The Finnsticks - Read The Blog! Finally, here are my photographs from Lake Hornborga of one of Europe's most impressive species (I may have a crane bias though!). The Song Thrush likes to sing the same song about three times before singing the next song three times. Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) About Me. In the third part of the song, it sounds as if it’s singing two notes at the same time—in harmony. The generic name, Turdus, is the Latin for thrush, and the specific epithet refers to a character in Greek mythology, Philomela, who had her tongue cut out, but was changed into a singing bird. Its habit of repeating song phrases distinguish it from singing blackbirds. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. I'... Sunday 9 October and news came in of a Siberian Accentor ( Prunella montanella )  on Shetland – the first record for Britain. Thank you so much for posting these great recordings. Tässä kokemuksiani äänityspäivien varrelta. Email This BlogThis! There are many sounds in the thrush’s song we cannot hear. Sounds from Nature – Tero Linjama | Lintujen äänittäminen on haastavaa puuhaa! The harmonic qualities originate from the paired valve syrinx in the bird’s throat which permits two notes to be played at once resulting in the flutelike qualities of the song. The cloud cleared only after 1530h and then allowed shutter speeds... After drawing this Whooper Swan with pencil I scanned it then transferred it to a grey background. How people can help. It sings for most of the day. The Song Thrush is a stocky-looking bird with a fat belly. I captured these Starling in flight in Kensington Gardens this afternoon. Just a quick entry before I go to Yurimaguas for a few days. It can be found throughout the country in woodlands, parks, meadows, farmlands and gardens. The Song Thrush is a medium-sized member of the Thrush family and is sometimes known as the Throstle. https://www.bto.org/.../videos/know-your-thrushes-song-and-mistle Territorial song from overgrown hawthorn hedgerow. Newer Post Older Post Home. With a list of 54 species this trip was more about quality than quantit... Knockentiber - Springside Disused Railway Line, Ayrshire, Scotland Apr 1999. Looking for higher elevation Heliconius in the past few days from 800-1200+ me... Just returned from a week birding on Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Song Thrush singing at dusk in Stanmore Common, north London. A familiar and popular garden songbird whose numbers have declined markedly on farmland and in towns and cities. The dialect names throstle and mavis both mean thrush, being related to the Germandros… The wood thrush learns its song from other wood thrushes and sings several. The song thrush birds are fond to sing on high lofty branches of the tree, resting on the chimney pots, electric poles, and power lines during flight. Shorter edit: Longer edit: Posted by Fraser Simpson at 18:39. Thank you so much for posting these great recordings. Her name is derived from the Ancient Greek Φιλο philo- (loving), and μέλος melos (song). Image: Hermit Thrush. Whether you live in town or country, you can help to look after garden birds by providing food and water for them. The Song Thrush has 2-3 broods a year and as such the breeding season is long, lasting from March - August. To find out more about encouraging wildlife into your garden, visit the wildlife gardening section of the website, there's plenty of facts and tips to get you started. The song thrush will sing no matter what the situation, whatever season it is, whether it is winter or summer, he reminds us about the joy of singing no matter what. A male can sing over 50 distinct songs! Song thrush singing by Tom Hibbert. It's smaller and browner than a mistle thrush with smaller spotting. Song Thrush singing at dusk in Stanmore Common, north London. Powered by, Eurasian Cranes at Hornborgasjön in Sweden, Responsible Birding Diary: Wednesday 25.11.20, Birding, Ecotravelling & Photography in Greece. They originated from Europe and now have been widespread throughout Australia, North Africa as well as mainlands and offshore islands of New Zealand. xeno-canto :: bird sounds from around the world. This is not a... Lisa, my dad and I (aka The Drift Migrants ) spent 24 hours racing around Ayrshire from 2000h on Friday night in a bid to see as many specie... © Fraser Simpson.