Facts about Pale Thrush (Turdus pallidus)

This brownish songbird is one of the plainer thrushes in its region, despite the fact that it is not truly pale. Found in regions of open woodland and scrubland; less dependent on large woods than other thrushes, particularly in the winter, when it may be found often among reedbeds and in thickets, as well as in wetlands. 


Both sexes are earthen-brown above and whiter below, with grey heads, although the male has a deeper ash-gray face and the female has a dingy white neck, whilst the female has not. In flight, the white tail corners are visible.


Facts about Pale Thrush (Turdus pallidus)

Facts about Pale Thrush (Turdus pallidus)

Facts about Pale Thrush (Turdus pallidus)

Facts about Pale Thrush (Turdus pallidus)





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