What is the life expectancy of a thrush?
What eats a thrush?
They include snakes, squirrels, raccoons, weasels, chipmunks, mice, and the scourge of songbirds, the pet cat. These birds are also preyed upon by other birds, including species of jays, crows, ravens, and birds of prey such as owls and sharp-shinned hawks. Even humans used to eat thrushes.
How much does a thrush weigh?
Can a thrush bird be a pet?
Is thrush common in music?
What is the difference between male and female thrush?
Why is a bird called a thrush?
Which is the largest thrush?
How many eggs does a thrush lay?
Normal clutch size is 3-5, with one egg laid each day. The female starts to incubate once the last egg is laid, and the chicks hatch 13-15 days later.
How big is a thrush bird?
How big is a varied thrush?
What color is wood thrush?
What noise does a baby thrush make?
What does a Fieldfare look like?
What does a female thrush look like?
Is a thrush bigger than a blackbird?
Where do song thrush go in winter?
Are thrush native to New Zealand?
Is a thrush a Robin?
How fast can a thrush fly?
What color are thrush eggs?
Are thrush protected?
Protected in the UK under the Wildlife and Countryside Act, 1981. Priority Species under the UK Post-2010 Biodiversity Framework.
Does thrush migrate?
Is a thrush a blackbird?
Is a female blackbird a thrush?
|Scientific Name||Turdus philomelos|
|Wing Span||33-36 cm (13-14″)|
|Weight||70-90 g (2-3 oz)|