What A Turdus!

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by Rebecca Nason on January 21, 2011 · 1 comment

in Birding News

I have just seen a new post ‘ A Tremendous Turdus’ uploaded today by Ian McKerchar on the Manchester birding website. This post is an account of the incredible sighting and gripping IMAGES of a stunning Dusky Thrush – seen briefly by non-birding plane spotter Ian Reynolds in his garden in Leigh on the 8th December!! Take a look by clicking the link below . . . .unbelievable ! This would have been such a good December twitch . . . .

The Manchester Dusky Thrush  ;-(

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