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trushes (GB)
turdinés (F)
turdidi (I)
turdidae (ES)
turdídeos (PO)
lijsters (N)

The species Black Thrush or Blackbird (Turdus merula), Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos), Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) and Redwing (Turdus musicus) currently belong to the vintage to the Schad birds because they like to eat the grapes and cause more damage. They prefer to eat the grapes from the ground, which they pick. In contrast to star However, these birds do not occur in large swarms. The long-legged birds are 20 to 25 centimeters tall, have a pointed beak and relatively large eyes. They are partakers - in addition to the larger amount moving in the winter in winter, a part remains in the country.

Thrush - Blackbird and Bluebird (Hermit Thrush)

Blackbird: by Kathy Büscher on Pixabay
Throttle: Public domain, Link

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