Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos) Family: (Turdidae)A familiar and popular garden songbird whose numbers are declining seriously, especially on farmland making it a Red List (Endangered) species. Smaller and browner than a mistle thrush with smaller spotting. Its habit of repeating song phrases distinguish it from singing blackbirds. It likes to eat snails which it breaks into by smashing them against a stone with a flick of the head.
They inhabit woods, hedgerows, parks and gardens across the UK - wherever there are bushes and trees and can be seen all year round. They feed on worms, snails and fruit.(description copied from www.rspb.org.uk)
Taken 13.5m from subject, tripod. Please click image to view on black.