Nocturnal Song-Thrush

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Subject: Nocturnal Song-Thrush
From: Brian Fleming <>
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2003 20:59:25 +1000
We came home on Monday night in the rain, at about 9 p.m., when it was
completely dark. The car headlights picked out a Song Thrush feeding on
our neighbour's nature-strip. Its white belly and speckles showed up
well as it hopped off with an earthworm hanging out of its beak.
I have often seen them feeding in twilight conditions, but never in the
dark before.
Anthea Fleming
Ivanhoe, Vic.

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