chestnutthrush

August 25, 2016 – Chestnut Thrush or Grey-headed Thrush (Turdus rubrocanus)

These thrushes are found in extreme eastern Afghanistan, the northwestern Himalayas, and parts of India, China, Myanmar, and Thailand. They eat a variety of invertebrates, including insects, worms, millipedes, slugs, and snails, along with some berries. Their thin cup-shaped nests are constructed from twigs, grasses, roots, moss, and sometimes mud or hair.

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