Olive Thrush — de Wets Wild

Turdus olivaceus Olive Thrushes are usually seen singly or in pairs, searching for worms, insects and other invertebrates (and occasionally fruit) on the floor of indigenous woodlands and forests and increasingly in well-planted parks and gardens. Adults weigh around 65g and measure about 23cm in length. Olive Thrushes breed throughout the year, though there appears […]

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