Slightly smaller bird than the blackbird, the song thrush is a warm brown with a cream heavily spotted breast.
Song thrushes have declined in numbers in the UK since 1970. They favour woodland, hedgerow and pasture land
They start breeding from March, laying 4-6 glossy blue eggs in a cup shaped nest, lined with mud and saliva, low down in trees, shrubs or even outbuildings.
Song thrushes eat snails, worms caterpillars. You will find favourite areas where a bird smashes open snails on a rock to access the inner parts, leaving the broken shells behind
Song thrushes do not really frequent feeders or tables but may eat sunflower hearts, berry suet and seeds scattered across a lawn.