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Song Thrush

A smaller Thrush than the Mistle Thrush, it can be distinguished by smaller spots on its pale belly and orange underwing. Their back is mid-brown.

Although they are widespread resident of the UK their numbers are fewer than they were. The Song Thrush frequents gardens and grassland. At dusk they can be heard singing a repetitive but beautiful song.

The Song Thrush prefers worms and insects, but will also eat berries. They will eat snails, using an anvil to crack open the shell for the juicy contents.