I'll Be All Grown Up When I Shake Off This Bit Of Fluff... - Song Thrush - NZ

AndreaEL

Gore, New Zealand

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Please view large…Juvenile Song Thrush – Spring and summer is a busy time in our feathered world…..hungry mouths demanding attention – and food for those big mouths too! Each gaping red mouth seems to be almost as big as the rest of the baby bird. Feeding hungry chicks constantly is a difficult and exhausting job for parent birds, but the fact that around 95% of all birds are socially monogamous, meaning they’ll stick with the same partner at least for a breeding season – and possibly longer. This lessens the burden of caring for their young – feeding takes up a large chunk of their day and is shared more or less equally by both parents. The Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos) Southland New Zealand Dec. 2012 Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200

I’ll Be All Grown Up When I Shake Off This Bit Of Fluff… – Song Thrush

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Song Thrush Collage Feeding Cycle

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