Song thrushes are common in all parts of New Zealand, except native bush. They lay their eggs in the spring and often raise up to three broods a season, but rarely in the same nest. The young nestlings are fed by both the male and female, and usually fledge after 13–15 days.
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Department of Conservation
Photograph by Barry J. Harcourt
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