Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Rock Thrush

A new patch tick for me this morning. Rock Thrush, and a stunning example too. We were walking our dog and I was getting frustrated with the birds - a female Ficedula gave me the slip before I could get decent views of it, unidentified Sylvias kept flitting into thick bushes, a Nightingale made a very brief appearance but didn't show itself thereafter. Then this Rock Thrush flew up to perch in the sunlight. Stunning bird!  

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