Mobile bird identification
Bird Field Guide
Adult Male and Female

The Song Thrush has a plain dark brown back and head, it's throat and underside is white with large brown spots. The bird sometimes has a warm buff colouration to either side of the breast.

Song Thrush

Turdus philomelos
Chats and Thrushes Menu
Distribution:
Common resident breeder in most of Europe including very North where it is a summer visitor. Resident throughout the UK but numbers have dwindled in recent years and it is now considered a red list species. UK numbers can increase in winter due to migrants.
Habitat:
Woodland, scrub, parks and gardens. Frequently hunts on lawns and short grass for worms.
Notes:
The Song Thrush as it's name suggests is a wonderful songster with a vocabulary of over 100 sounds. It's primary food source is worms and snails but in autumn it becomes preoccupied with berries.
Order: Passeriformes

Family: Turdidae

Genus:  Turdus

Species: T. philomelos
Fantastic video of Song Thrush, note plain brown back and wings of bird.
Thanks to:https://www.flickr.com/photos/sidm/ (Modified)
Song Thrush identification
Song Thrush flying
White underside with brown/black 'v' shaped dots
Pale pink legs
Plain dark brown back and wings
Underwings in flight are orange-buff
Adult Song Thrush
Note the plain brown back and wings. The dots on a Song Thrush tend to be streaked on the throat and cheeks as in this image.
Mistle or Song Thrush?
Mistle Thrush flying
Mistle Thrush
Mistle Thrush Song
Thrush
Breast spots Round,large V shaped, small
Underwing sleek dumpy
Wing length White Orange-buff
Back/wings Light panel on wings Plain smooth brown
Leg colour Yellowish Pale pink
Face Pale cheeks Brown
Back colour Grey-brown Dark brown
Rump Light coloured Dark brown
Neck Long, slender Short
Song Thrush
Song Thrush flying
Note: The Redwing can appear similar to the Song Thrush but has a strong pale eye stripe and dark red on flanks.