. Birds of New York. Birds. 520 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM AUeghanian zone, practically absent from the spruce and balsam forests of the Catskills and Adirondacks where it is displaced by the Olive-backed and Bicknell thrushes. It arrives from the south from the 26th of April to the 12th of May, slightly later in the northern counties, and in the fall. Photo b- L. S. Horton Wilson thrush's nest and eggs usually disappears between the 5th and the 30th of September, rarely later than the 15th. Haunts and habits. The Veery or Wilson thrush prefers a damper, swampier forest than the Wood thrush and is
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