. Birds of the British Isles. Birds -- Great Britain; Birds -- Ireland. I04 BIRDS OF THE BRITISH ISLES. Song ?Cbru6b,. The Song Thrush {Turdus vinsiciis^ Linnaeus) is generally distributed throughout the British Isles. It is more or less migratory in its habits, leaving in the late autumn and returning in early spring. The adult is dark olive- brown on the upper parts; eye-stripe, buff; quills and wing-coverts, margined with deep yellowish-brown, and there are buff tips to some of the feathers; under parts, buff, shading into white on belly; sides of throat, chest, and remainder of body, profu

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. Birds of the British Isles. Birds -- Great Britain; Birds -- Ireland. I04 BIRDS OF THE BRITISH ISLES. Song ?Cbru6b,. The Song Thrush {Turdus vinsiciis^ Linnaeus) is generally distributed throughout the British Isles. It is more or less migratory in its habits, leaving in the late autumn and returning in early spring. The adult is dark olive- brown on the upper parts; eye-stripe, buff; quills and wing-coverts, margined with deep yellowish-brown, and there are buff tips to some of the feathers; under parts, buff, shading into white on belly; sides of throat, chest, and remainder of body, profu

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