Species, Date, Time and Location Information
Duration (total time in view):
5-10 minutes total
Estes Lake Park
less than 30 feet
Description of the Bird
On 15 May, at the park in Estes Park, around 2 pm, Tracy Clark and I encountered two Brown Thrashers, seen briefly together. Both birds were staying low in shrubbery. Both had bright rusty backs, wings, and tail with two white wingbars. Both were heavily streaked dark brown beneath. Both had a grayish face, pale eye, and thickish modestly decurved bill.
Behaviors: see description
Call: not heard
Similar Species Discussion
Long-billed Thrasher eliminated by back color
Dozens of Brown Thrashers. Years since last LB Thrasher
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Date Documentation Submitted
2/3/2012 3:15:00 PM
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