Jeff Wendorff's bird photography portfolio of thrushes from the family, Turdidae.

You'll find photos of the following bird species:
  • Eastern Bluebird
  • Mountain Bluebird
  • Western Bluebird
  • Northern Wheatear
  • Townsend's Solitaire
  • Clay-colored Thrush
  • American Robin
  • Common Blackbird
  • Hermit Thrush


Did you know the collective noun for a group of robins is a worm? That's so perfect! Or that a group of thrushes is called a mutation? I don't get that one either! Solitaire's have a collective noun which is a bit ironic don't you think? Anyway, a group of Solitaire's are called an assemblage or summation. When a group of catbirds get together it's called a mewing. Bluebirds although seeming ubiquitous have been left off the official collective nouns list. I've taken it upon myself to provide the collective noun of a box for the bluebirds of the world. Thoughts?

I lead photography workshops across the country and several of them feature bird photography. If you'd like to join me on a photography workshop designed to fill your portfolio with great images and become a better photographer while you are at it check out my Wildlife, Nature and Creative Photography Workshops at www.wildlifeworkshops.com
Black-billed Nightinngale-thrush - Costa RicaBlack-billed Nightinngale-thrush - Costa RicaClay-colored Thrush, Turdus grayi. Also Clay-colored RobinClay-colored Thrush, Turdus grayi. Also Clay-colored RobinClay-colored Thrush, Turdus grayi. Also Clay-colored RobinClay-colored Thrush, Turdus grayi. Also Clay-colored RobinCommon Blackbird, Turdus merulaHermit Thrush, Catharus guttatusSooty Thrush - Costa RicaTownsend's Solitaire, Myadestes townsendi