Mistle Thrush
Turdus viscivorus

– medium-sized passerine, considerably larger than Common Blackbird
– nocturnal migrant, migration may continue during the day
– migrates singly or in small to medium, rather loose flocks


Mistle Thrush Turdus v. viscivorus
BIF0182, 05/06/2015, Jüterbog, Germany, Mathias Putze
BIF137_MPU_PMA5545_101101_mthrush_d_helgoland
Mistle Thrush Turdus v. viscivorus
BIF0137, 30/12/2008, Havelland, Germany, Mathias Putze
BIF309_MPU_I1Q0715_130730_mtthrush_1W_d_hof
Mistle Thrush Turdus v. viscivorus
BIF0309, 30/07/2013, Hof, Germany, Mathias Putze
BIF310_MPU_I1Q0711_130730_mtthrush_1W_d_hof
Mistle Thrush Turdus v. viscivorus
BIF0310, 30/07/2013, Hof, Germany, Mathias Putze
BIF311_MPU_I1Q0716_130730_mtthrush_1W_d_hof
Mistle Thrush Turdus v. viscivorus
BIF0311, 30/07/2013, Hof, Germany, Mathias Putze


Mistle Thrush Turdus v. viscivorus, calls in flight
BIF0138, 02/09/2011, Pressel, Germany, Patrick Franke
Telinga parabolic reflector

comparison species:
Common Blackbird
Fieldfare
Song Thrush

Redwing

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