Black song-thrush

To: 'mariaalexgaidook' <>, "" <>
Subject: Black song-thrush
From: Philip Veerman <>
Date: Sun, 25 Oct 2015 03:19:42 +0000
It may be fine. Birds lose their tail every year, normally a few feathers at a 
time in sequence. Sometimes all the feathers at once and that has probably 
happened to this one. This should not be a problem at all and if you care for 
it, best to just let it go. Why is it a "Black song-thrush" I wonder what it 
is. Song-thrush are not black. Do you mean a male Common Blackbird?


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From: Birding-Aus  On Behalf Of 
Sent: Sunday, 25 October 2015 7:35 AM
Subject: Black song-thrush

My name is Mary
Yesterday we found song thrush in our garden,because of no tale it has 
problems,can't fly normally,poor thing was very tired,we took it home,today 
it's singing all morning,beautiful, but i don't know how to feed it,take 
care,this bird eats bugs and smthng like this,i can't take care about it,can't 
let it go too,it'll die ,where can i bring it or if someone wants to take care 
and wait when tale will grow back so I'd  like to present a lovely bird
Thank you.
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