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Hermit Thrush
(Catharus guttatus)

Hermit Thrush
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Hermit Thrush Information

Length: 6.5 - 7.5 "

Habitat: Nests in dense coniferous or mixed woodlands and their edges; edges of interior forest clearings such as ponds, logging roads, and utility cuts.

Diet: During breeding season: insects and their larvae; spiders; other invertebrates, including earthworms and snails; small salamanders.

In fall and winter: fruits and berries.
Hermit Thrush ID TipsIdentification tips for the Hermit Thrush
Song and calls of the Hermit Thrush
Range Maps:
Hermit Thrush Breeding Map Hermit Thrush Winter Map      USGS
Breeding Map           Winter Map (CBC)      
Additional Information:
Hermit Thrush
Description, diet, breeding, range, habitat, threats, and conservation. Includes photos. (From Wildscreen Arkive)
Hermit Thrush at Nest
Hermit Thrush at Nest
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