Wood Thrush breed in deciduous and mixed forests in the eastern U.S. where there are large trees, moderate understory, shade, and abundant leaf litter for foraging. Here, a pair of Wood Thrush tends a nest. One of the adults returns with food for its mate and small young. The parents remove fecal sacs, produced by the nestlings, to keep the nest tidy.
Recorded by Benjamin M Clock, Macaulay Library