15304 Road 30,
Species, Date, Time and Location Information
11/21/2015 12:22:00 PM
11/23/2015 10:30:00 AM
Duration (total time in view):
2 or 3 hours
scraping leaves under honey suckle bushes, also seen eating fallen apples
Description of the Bird
this is my first sighting of this bird here in 11 years of living here. he/she appeared for three straight days, visible right out our window, active throughout the day. bird was quiet, no singing heard or observed. bird was actively feeding by scraping leaves beneath honeysuckle bushes. he also availed himself of fallen apples. many juncos, house sparrows and starlings working the same area. the bird was shy and quite observant: minimal movement on my part tended to cause him to fly or run away to cover.
Similar Species Discussion
bird was clearly seen and photographed: rich reddish-brown upper parts, heavily streaked breast, black on white, pale yellow eyes, strong bill.
i've lived in the east where the bird is very common; living here for 11 years i'm familiar with sage thrasher, pipits, thrushes, etc., and other SW thrashers...
Notes made AFTER observation
Date Documentation Submitted
11/24/2015 12:37:00 PM
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