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It is 20–24 cm long with a wingspan of 33–34.5 cm and a weight of 50–75 g. The sexes are similar, with plain brown backs and with dark brown spots on the white underparts. The most striking identification features are the red flanks and underwing, and the creamy white stripe above the eye.
The male has a varied short song, and a whistling flight call.
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very good picture with many details and beautiful colours
thanks greeting lou
Ottima foto di questo tordo con una notevole nitidezza e splendidi colori,eccellente la composizione molto bella complimenti.
Interesting species and beautiful photo with very good composition, wonderful colours and good sharpness.
- [2012-06-10 11:23]
What a beautifully marked bird with it's speckled breast, rusty colored flanks and white eye stripe. Except for it's unique coloring and markings, it reminds me alot of our American Robin. It has the same similar shaped body and distinct features.
Nice picture with good details and colors. Nice catchlight in the eye.
- [2012-06-20 6:36]
Very beautiful photo of this Redwing taken from very good low POV in excellent sharpness, details and natural colours. The surroundings is a bit bluish. Pleasing eye contact.