Spotted by Volunteer Stephanie. First logged 14/05/20
Earliest Submitted record by Volunteer Annabel (Before 2020 project began)
Song Thrush Information can be found here on the RSPB website.
A familiar and popular garden songbird whose numbers have declined markedly on farmland and in towns and cities. It’s smaller and browner than a mistle thrush with smaller spotting. Its habit of repeating song phrases distinguish it from singing blackbirds. It likes to eat snails which it breaks into by smashing them against a stone with a flick of the head.RSPB Website
Ten Acres Habitation
Across the meadow edge of the cartland road grass verge near to pershore road – where there is no pathway.