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birbmania · 7 months ago
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Brown thrasher . . . Trap Pond State Park, Laurel, Delaware . . . 12/3/20
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skycowboys · 5 months ago
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A sorrel shortwing with ventral spots
Brown thrasher inspired - including appropriate food aggression lol
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hylianpixl · 3 months ago
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got to try out my new camera on this brown thrasher!! look at those yellow eyes :o
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birbmania · a year ago
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Brown thrasher . . . Trap Pond State Park, Laurel, Delaware . . . 4/16/20
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geopsych · 10 months ago
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Brown thrasher, known for their yellow eyes!
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occasionallybirds · 9 months ago
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Brown Thrashers (Toxostoma rufum)
October 1 and 6, 2020
Southeastern Pennsylvania
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birbmania · a year ago
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Brown thrasher . . . Trap Pond State Park, Laurel, Delaware . . . 4/16/20
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jevajeva · 4 years ago
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Brown Thrasher, Toxostoma rufum, and Cherokee Rose, Rosa laevigata, Georgia state symbols - version 2. 
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geopsych · a year ago
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I had to zoom from a long way off, but that’s a brown thrasher singing. Love those yellow eyes!
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occasionallybirds · 2 months ago
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Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma rufum) photographed May 13, 2021 in Statesville, North Carolina
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birdingnorthamerica · 4 years ago
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Brown thrasher at Virginia Kendall Lake
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birbmania · a month ago
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Brown thrasher . . . Trap Pond State Park, Laurel, Delaware . . . 6/13/21
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jevajeva · 4 years ago
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Brown Thrasher, Toxostoma rufum, and Cherokee Rose, Rosa laevigata, Georgia state symbols. 
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speakingofnature · a month ago
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To make their nests functional and secure birds often use materials that can be shaped as desired while providing a camouflaged structure. The Brown Thrasher uses dry leaves in the construction of its unique nest.
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geopsych · 4 years ago
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Here are a couple of birds that helped make my bird walk a success. Rufus-sided towhee above, brown thrasher below, both recently returned from their winters down south.
You can just see that yellow eye on the thrasher. It’s their most striking feature.
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speakingofnature · a year ago
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A Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma rufum) takes a break from scratching in the leafy rubble beneath the lilacs.
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