09.09.2017

— clay-colored thrush at the international center, on peach day
north of interstate exit. it’s feeding alone, near some other thrushes on the westside of median by the green electrical equipment box

they’ve build cup-shaped nests, lined them with mud. they’ve had speckled eggs in their nests. chicks hatching, both parents feeding and raising them. continuing their species

through migrating long distances dispersing seeds of endangered plants at new sites, thrushes help eliminate inbreeding and increase the genetic diversity of local ecosystems. her too, without nest

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