The Wet Woodland Bird Survey
||A medium-sized thrush with brown above, white neatly spotted with black
below and a creamy yellowish wash on the breast.
||A variety of repeated phrases, chuk alarm call.
||Gardens, heaths, woods and fields.
||Worms, snails, insects and berries.
||4-6 eggs in a neat cup-like nest in a tree or bush. Incubation takes
11-15 days and fledging takes 12-16 days. 2-3 broods per year; March-June.
|Location in Wet Woodland
||This bird was heard only once, singing briefly just outside of the wet
woodland.There is no reason why this species wasn't recorded inside the wet woodland area
feeding or singing.