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Bird Guide: Song Thrush

Think you’ve spotted a Song Thrush in your garden? Our Song Thrush bird guide is here to help you learn lots of information about these garden visitors.

You’ve probably heard Song Thrushes spoken of in poetry for their melodic, repetitive tunes. They’re usually brown with a speckled and buff breast, so keep your eyes peeled as they can be spotted all over the UK.  You can find them in woodland and other areas with lots of undergrowth. Their breeding season is between March and September and they’ll lay between two and four broods. Want to keep these tuneful birds well-fed? Their diet consists of insects and small seeds.

To find out more about your other garden wildlife, take a look at our interactive bird guide.

Song Thrush

About


Song thrushes are brown in colour with a speckled breast.

About

Locations

Can be spotted in most areas across the UK

Habitat

Woodland, farmland and shrubberies of gardens.

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Breeding


Breeding season is between March and September. Song Thrushes will lay between two and four broods each containing 3-5 pale blue eggs. Incubation is 14-15 days.

Breeding

Size

Wingspan:
34 cm

Length:
23 cm

Diet

Insects and fruits

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