WASHINGTON, D.C.: WOOD THRUSH
- Postfledging dispersal, habitat use, and home-range size of juvenile Wood Thrushes. Anders, Angela D.; Faaborg, John; Thompson III, Frank R. // Auk (American Ornithologists Union);Apr98, Vol. 115 Issue 2, p349
Examines the habitat use, home-range size and postfledging dispersal of juvenile Wood Thrushes. Use of radio telemetry to study the postfledging ecology of the birds; Characteristics of the habitats; Information on the natal home ranges.
- Wood thrush. // Highlights for Children;Oct95, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p25
Focuses on the camouflage of the wood thrush. Pattern of dark spots on feathers; Activity for children involving making camouflage patterns.
- Oh, Deer! Mcgarrity, Harry // Audubon;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 110 Issue 5, p12
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "A Tale of Two Habitats," in the July to August 2008 issue.
- A Model to Predict Breeding-Season Productivity for Multibrooded Songbirds. Powell, Larkin A.; Conroy, Michael J. // Auk (American Ornithologists Union);Oct99, Vol. 116 Issue 4, p1001
Presents information on a study which constructed a dynamic, stochastic, individual-based model of breeding-season productivity using demographic data from Wood Thrushes (Hylocichla mustelina) in central Georgia from 1993 to 1996. Methodology of the study; Results and discussions of the study;...
- Thrilled Over Thrushes. Finley, Charlie // Audubon;Sep88, Vol. 90 Issue 5, p124
Presents a reader's reactions to an article on wood thrushes published in the July 1988 issue of the 'Audubon' periodical in the U.S.
- Wood Thrush. // Cobblestone;Oct2014, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p50
The article presents a photograph of a wood thrush, which is the official bird of Washington, D.C. and offers information about its physical characteristics, calls, and behavior.
- Editor's Note. Seideman, David // Audubon;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 110 Issue 4, p8
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including one by Susan McGrath on wood thrushes and another by Frank Graham on habitats.
- The Harrowsmith Companion. // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Jun2002, Vol. 36 Issue 164, p18
Presents an update on country life in Canada as of June 2002. List of long-blooming perennial plants; Use of electric fans for washing potatoes and other vegetables; Decline in the population of wood thrush.
- WOOD THRUSH. Jacobson, Ethel // Saturday Evening Post;5/23/1953, Vol. 225 Issue 47, p147
The article presents the poem "Wood Thrush," by Ethel Jacobson. First Line: No eye; Last Line: The listening one.