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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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The family that dominated the population in number of pairs was Fringillidae (446.5 pairs), followed by Muscicapidae (194 pairs), Turdidae (117 pairs), Columbidae (85 pairs), and Passeridae (74.5 pairs).
(2011) Leucismo incompleto en Turdus fuscater (Passeriformes: Turdidae) en los andes colombianos.
Now we are reporting information about two documented records of two migratory bird species of the family Turdidae in the State of Pernambuco.
Cinclus leucocephalus White-capped Dipper P, CH, S TURDIDAE, Thrush 203.
Nesting ecology of wood thrush (Turdidae: Passeriformes) in hardwood forests of South Carolina.
Four hundred and three fecal samples were collected from birds of the order Passeriformes of the families Cardinalidae (n=3), Corvidae (n=1), Cotingidae (n=3), Estrildidae (n=1), Icteridae (n=19), Pipridae (n=1), Thraupidae (n=352), and Turdidae (n=23).
En la mayoria de taxones existen especies que presentan movimientos migratorios, sin embargo dentro del conjunto mas diverso de aves migratorias boreales que llegan a Colombia estan las familias Charadriidae, Parulidae, Tyrannidae, Hirundinidae, Thraupidae, Turdidae y Vireonidae (FIERRO, 2009).
O'Brien and Kinnaird (2008) suggest camera traps are more suitable for studying large terrestrial bird species; however, our results show that this method can also be used to record the presence of relatively small birds such as those in the Turdidae family.
/Anas sp.) 2 corvids (Corvidae) 2 --jackdaw (Corvus monedula) 1 --crow/rook/jackdaw/raven (Corvus sp.) 2 3 owl (Strigiformes) 1 1 charadriiform (Charadriiformes) 1 gruiform (Gruiformes) passerines (Passeriformes) --trushes (Turdidae) Rodents (Rodentia) 1 cricetids (Cricetidae) 45 (11) Amphibians (Amphibia) 2 Mole (Talpa europaea) 2 ?