This songbird relies on large tracts of contiguous forests and we are working with partners to link the vital lands they need to make a comeback. The Wood Thrush resides in forests in the eastern United States where it is more often heard than seen. It is similar to other thrushes but has larger spots that extend onto the belly and contrast between the rusty head and duller brown back. Brown Thrasher is somewhat similar but has a much longer tail.
Your gift could help the wood thrush thrive by restoring the last remaining bottom-land hardwood and longleaf pine forests of the magnificent Southern California Plain.