The cast of its song is very much like that of the wood-thrush, and a good observer might easily confound the two.
Them has friend wood-thrush verily seen, and against them he strove to warn us.
Down by Cubby Hollow I found a wood-thrush's nest in a slender swamp-maple, about fifteen feet from the ground.
With the wood-thrush, the encounters differed from both the preceding.
For years I have not known the nest of a wood-thrush to succeed.
Yet those who have heard only the wood-thrush may well place him first on the list.
A wood-thrush was singing when he stepped out on the porch and its cool notes had the liquid freshness of the morning.
Colour came with the wild flowers and song with the wood-thrush.
A wood-thrush flitted from a ravine as she and Bub went back down the creek—and she stopped with uplifted face to listen.
Now the golden trillide-de of the wood-thrush sounded through the silent woods.