August 30, 2016  •  10 Comments


Though I've seen brown thrashers on many occasions, this was the first time I had photographed one because they are normally reclusive. They aren't regulars around my yard and when one is around it usually spends all its time on the ground. I just happened to be ready when this one posed on a limb.


Brown Thrasher1/320 sec. f/6.3 ISO 2000


Brown Thrasher1/320 sec. f/6.3 ISO 2000


Linking to Wild Bird Wednesday



Ida P. Krause(non-registered)
Cool! Love the intense yellow eyes this bird has. - Great looking shots of it.
Stewart M(non-registered)
Now this is a rare event - you put up pictures of a bird that I have pictures of as well. Now, my pictures are not much good - but under the (geographical) circumstances I should not complain!

Cheers - Stewart M - Just back in Melbourne!
Connie Smiley(non-registered)
What a perfect shot!
Margaret Birding For Pleasure(non-registered)
Two very good dhotd Brian
MTWaggin Photos & Blog
Those yellow eyes are always haunting. I love the pretty spotting on the breast. A bird we don't get so fun to see!
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