Blue Rock Thrush


The Global Bird

The blue rock-thrush is a small and attractive bird, named for the distinctive deep blue coloration of the male. The female is duller, most often a brownish blue-grey. The blue rock-thrush feeds on a wide variety of prey species, including invertebrates such as grasshoppers, locusts, crickets, beetles, spiders, snails and earthworms, and, despite its small size, small vertebrates such as geckos, snakes, frogs and mice.

How To Explore

The blue rock-thrush can be found from sea level up to elevations of 4,200 metres. Wintering habitat is varied; it is often associated with areas of bare rock, and includes foothills, valleys.

Recommended Time & Duration

Winter, as it’s a winter migratory bird.

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