The Wood Thrush has a beautiful flute like song that can be heard from quite a distance away. They usually forage on the forest floor looking through leaf litter to find hidden insects and spiders to feed on. They have a striking brown plumage with a heavily spotted chest. This one gave me a nice over the shoulder pose during one of my walks through a forest.
This image was taken last spring at Sapsucker Woods (Cornell Lab of Ornithology) in Ithaca NY