A SPECIMEN OF THE VARIED THRUSH FROM FLORIDA
Varied Thrush (Ixoreus naevius) Science Article 1
On 17 November 2002 a Varied Thrush (Ixoreus naevius) was killed when it struck awindow of a home in Panama City, Bay County, Florida. Richard Ingram of the BayCounty Audubon Society kindly sent the specimen to GEW, who prepared it as a studyskin (Fig. 1). The specimen (GEW 5950) is of a female (ovary: 6+2 mm, minutely granular).The bird weighed 65.5 g and had no fat. Based on the shape of the tips of the primariesand outer rectrices the individual was in its hatching year (Pyle 1997).
GLEN E. WOOLFENDEN AND RICHARD C. BANKS, Florida Field Naturalist 32(2):48-50, 2004
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