Luscinia luscinia (Linnaeus, 1758)
Family: Passeriformes > Muscicapidae
The Thrush Nightingale's breeding distribution sits to the east of that of the Common Nightingale, and extends further to north.
This is a scarce visitor to Britain, with roughly two-thirds of the records coming from Scotland, where it tends to be a spring bird.
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Status and Trends
Population size and trends and patterns of distribution based on BTO surveys and atlases with data collected by BTO volunteers.
Information about movement and migration based on online bird portals (e.g. BirdTrack), Ringing schemes and tracking studies.
Lifecycle and body size information about Thrush Nightingale, including statistics on nesting, eggs and lifespan based on BTO ringing and nest recording data.
Sample sizes are too small to report Productivity and Nesting statistics for this species.
Sample sizes are too small to report Biometrics for this species.
Feather measurements and photos on featherbase
|Field Codes||2-letter: FN | 5-letter code: THRNI | Euring: 11030|
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