Tag Archives: Brown Thrasher

No Better Bather

Birds and water are such a fun combination! The other day this Brown Thrasher showed up and landed on the edge of the birdbath. He got a couple sips to drink, but he simply couldn’t resist the allure of the … Continue reading

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Looking Rather Bird-legged

I have heard of one having a bow-legged appearance, but this Brown Thrasher landed in a rather bird-legged stance. He must have realized that this put quite a hurting on his intimidation factor, as he quickly remedied his position and … Continue reading

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Lighthearted Limericks – Brown Thrasher

Ready for another lighthearted limerick?  This one will feature my state bird, the Brown Thrasher.  I’ve had the rhyme floating around in my head, but needed him to show up and pose for a few shots before I could post … Continue reading

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Titmouse Tidal Wave

The gray, cloudy skies made the backyard a bit too dark for picture taking today; instead, I sat on the front porch with my camera to see if any birds showed up at the water lantern. When I got this … Continue reading

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Cold Water Wash, Line Dry

I wasn’t planning on posting today, but I had so much fun watching this Brown Thrasher bathing in the afternoon sun that I simply had to share it with you. He clearly enjoyed the cool, clean water I had just put in … Continue reading

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From Timid to Territorial

Saturday afternoon I took advantage of a free chunk of time and sat outside in my backyard – camera in hand, or course. It wasn’t long before a young Brown Thrasher showed up to provide the afternoon’s entertainment. At first … Continue reading

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Brown Thrasher

If the Brown Thrasher was being cast in a movie, inevitably it would be assigned the part of a gangster or a villain.  This is more a reflection of his appearance than his personality.  His long, downward curved beak and … Continue reading

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