Hermit Thrush
(Catharus guttutas)
These pictures are the result of a trip to NYCity. I had some free time and visited Union Square Park. I became aware of some Hermit Thrushes feeding nearby and convinced myself that it was worth getting back on the subway, going back to the hotel, getting the camera equipment (which had been used to photograph a conference) and photograph the thrushes. I spent an hour and a half, and shot 177 pictures, with and without flash. In addition there was a male Northern Yellowthroat which I saw in the park before I had the camera equipment.

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Other members of the genus Catharus:
Swainson's Thrush