[CT Birds] singing thrushes

Kevin Finnan kfinnan at aol.com
Sat Jun 1 08:34:51 EDT 2013

Perhaps an illustration of the unusual migration, this year, our Wood Thrushes haven't shown up. Ovenbirds and Veeries are plentiful but no Wood Thrushes.

Kevin Finnan

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On Jun 1, 2013, at 7:07 AM, Kaye Danforth <danforthpainting at mac.com> wrote:

> During summer my husband and I enjoy our early morning coffee out on the porch, listening to the birds singing from the surrounding woods and fields.  One of the highlights is when the thrushes begin to teach their young to sing proper songs.  Patiently, the adult runs through it's verse, and then the youngsters give it a go and scramble everything.  I can imagine the parent shaking it's head, no no no- like THIS...   This happens for a few days, and eventually they catch on.  I've heard both hermit and wood thrushes go through this "schooling", but never a veery.
> Kaye in Hinesburg, VT
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