|B L||W W||W||Family||Latin Name|
|11.5" 29.21cm||13" 33cm||2.4 oz 68g||Mimidae||Toxostoma rufum|
The Brown Thrasher is a rufous-coloured thrasher and the most abundant in the thrasher family overall. It is also the most northern thrasher seen in North America. Similar to other thrasher species, this bird is a skulker and is most often found in dense bush. It is not uncommon to have them living in the treed bushes along homes and not be observed by anyone. This thrasher has been reported seen in Cuba.