Species of Thailand
Binomial name: Geokichla sibirica, Peter Simon Pallas, 1776
The Siberian Thrush (Geokichla sibirica) is a member of the Thrush family Turdidae.
It breeds in taiga in Siberia. It is strongly migratory, with most birds moving to southeastern Asia during the winter. It is a very rare vagrant to western Europe. It is very secretive.
The Siberian Thrush is similar in size to the Song Thrush. It is omnivorous, eating a wide range of insects, earthworms and berries.
The male Siberian Thrush is a dark blue-grey above and below, with a white stripe above the eye. The lower belly and flanks are white. The female is a much browner bird, with a buff stripe above the eye.
A striking identification feature of both sexes in flight is the black band on the white underwings, a feature shared with the Scaly Thrush.
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Videos of Siberian thrush
- Geokichla sibirica
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
- Bangkok Province
- Doi Inthanon National Park
- Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park
- Doi Phu Kha National Park
- Doi Suthep-Pui National Park
- Kaeng Krachan National Park
- Khao Nam Khang National Park
- Khao Phanom Bencha National Park
- Khao Phra - Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Yai National Park
- Klaeng District, Rayong
- Mu Ko Lanta National Park
- Mu Ko Similan National Park
- Mueang Khon Kaen District, Khon Kaen
- Sakaerat Environmental Research Station
- Samae San Island
- Samut Prakan Province
- Thale Ban National Park
Range map of Geokichla sibirica in Thailand
Important note; our range maps are based on limited data we have collected. The data is not necessarily accurate or complete.
Special thanks to Ton Smits and Parinya Pawangkhanant for their help with many range data.
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