|Townsend's warbler. Image from Wiki Commons credited to|
The other is the beautiful Varied Thrush. The only other time I have seen a Varied Thrush in my garden was during the epic two-week snowpocalypse of winter 2008-2009. He flew out to perch in a street tree and soon drew a crowd of spectators, who pointed up at him and wondered about what he was. "I've never seen a robin that looked like that before," said one person, who recognized the bird as a thrush of some sort even if she didn't know it was not the same thrush species as the American robin.
|Varied Thrush. Photo by Walter Siegmund from Wiki Commons.|
So all I got was a blurry image of a Varied Thrush's tail sticking out from behind a tree trunk.
|Cooper's Hawk. Photo by H. Gilbert Miller, from |
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