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Spectacled Thrush (Turdus nudigenis) A juvenile Spectacled Thrush sleeping on a branch while its parents are in search of worms for it to eat. This photo, like many others I've been posting recently was taken last year with my Canon EOS 1300D and 75-300 mm kit lens. Animalia,Animals,Aves,Birds,Caribbean,Spectacled Thrush,Spectacled thrush,Trinidad and Tobago,Turdus nudigenis Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Spectacled Thrush (Turdus nudigenis)

A juvenile Spectacled Thrush sleeping on a branch while its parents are in search of worms for it to eat. This photo, like many others I've been posting recently was taken last year with my Canon EOS 1300D and 75-300 mm kit lens.

    comments (6)

  1. I thought it was a juvenile. Great find and a touching shot Wesley Posted one month ago
    1. Thank you so much Niel! Posted one month ago
  2. So nice! Posted one month ago
    1. Thank you! Posted one month ago
  3. Precious <3 Posted one month ago
    1. It sure is! Posted one month ago

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The spectacled thrush, bare-eyed thrush, or yellow-eyed thrush, is a resident breeding bird in the Lesser Antilles and in South America from Colombia and Venezuela south and east to northern Brazil. In Trinidad and Tobago, this thrush is also known as big-eye grieve.

Similar species: Passerines
Species identified by Wesley Goorachan
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By Wesley Goorachan

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Uploaded Jun 13, 2021. Captured Aug 4, 2020 14:31.
  • Canon EOS Rebel T6
  • f/7.1
  • 1/395s
  • ISO1600
  • 300mm