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Just Sharing New visitor to the garden. Baby Thrush

oldgeezer

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Premium Member
First time we've had one of these in 14 years. The parents have been about for about 10 days but the bought 2 babies with them today.
They are still here and hide in the wild bit under the oak trees.
This one came and sat in the little tree outside the kitchen door and ignored me going in and out most of the morning.

Little-Baby-Thrush.jpg
 

oldgeezer

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Premium Member
Honestly Paul, all the birds come up to my feet to feed. I'm always sitting and throwing meal worms, most of the day if I get the chance.
I sit in the same place and when they see me go to open the pot, the team down before I even throw them on the ground.
I just love seeing these creatures come in close and trusting I won't harm them. It is very relaxing and very satisfying and they are by no means tame.
 

kayak

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They nest in my garden every year. I love having them, but it stops me from cutting the shrubs back. I also spend a small fortune on mealworm.
 
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