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The Wood Thrush’s haunting, flute like song—a beloved feature of eastern forests—is heard in fewer and fewer places each year.
Older generations of Americans probably remember the beautiful “ee-oh-lay” song of the Wood Thrush as a fixture of summertime. Historically, the species was common, and the many woodlands that dotted the landscape could be assured of the singing birds.