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Song Thrush  

What do they look like?

The familiar Song Thrush has plain brown upper-parts and buffish-white underside, with prominent arrow-shaped black spots in lines down the breast and flanks. Their legs are pale pinkish-grey and they will often be seen hopping around your garden in search of worms.

What do they eat?

The Song Thrush will eat mainly insects, with earthworms and snails a particular favourite. They will also eat berries and other fruit.

Where do they nest?

These cheerful birds will be found at home in trees, bushes, ivy, brambles and sometimes conifers.

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