Turdidae


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Noun1.Turdidae - thrushesTurdidae - thrushes; in some classifications considered a subfamily (Turdinae) of the family Muscicapidae
bird family - a family of warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrates characterized by feathers and forelimbs modified as wings
Oscines, Passeres, suborder Oscines, suborder Passeres - two names for the suborder of typical songbirds
thrush - songbirds characteristically having brownish upper plumage with a spotted breast
genus Turdus, Turdus - type genus of the Turdidae
genus Hylocichla, Hylocichla - American thrush: wood thrush; hermit thrush; veery
genus Luscinia, Luscinia - nightingales
genus Saxicola, Saxicola - Old World chats
genus Phoenicurus, Phoenicurus - Old World thrushes
Erithacus, genus Erithacus - Old World thrushes
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This observation is consistent with reports for other members of the Turdidae family, where females are known to build the nest and incubate while both parents feed the nestlings (Clement 2001, Collar 2005, Greeney and Halupka 2008).
Family Number of Fatalities Parulidae 272 Turdidae 38 Emberizidae 38 Vireonidae 23 Regulidae 13 Troglodytidae 6 Cardinalidae 5 Icteridae 5 Mimidae 5 Certhiidae 2 Picidae 2 Tyrannidae 2 Unidentified 2 Cuculidae 1 Sturnidae 1
Turdidae Cercotrichas podobe Black scrub robin Myrmecocichla aethiops Northern anteater chat 39.
Birds that utilize forest into which chickens roam and that have ecologic behaviors that might put them at risk of coming into contact with poultry and poultry feces include ground birds (or those that spend a significant amount of time on the ground), such as Tynamidae (tinamous), Columbidae (pigeons and doves), Thamnophilidae (antbirds, antshrikes), Caprimulgidae (nightjars and nighthawks), Furnariidae (foliage gleaners and leaf tossers), Formicaridae (antpittas), Emberizidae (finches and grassquits), or Turdidae (thrushes), and birds that might either consume chickens or aggregate near foodstuff consumed by chickens, such as Cathartidae (vultures), some members of Accipitridae and Falconidae (hawks, eagles, falcons), Cracidae (guans), and Odontophoridae (quails).