Song thrush collecting nesting materials on the coastal path approaching Marazion from the east.
No interactions present.
I think camelbirder is right, this is not a song thrush. If you look closely at the bill on the original photo it looks more pipit like than thrush like.
Definitely a rock pipit. Apart from the details pointed out by camelbirder song thrushes are brown, not grey.
Thanks to camelbirder, Marita and bobthebirder for the correct identification. In retrospect, I should (a) be a little less free with the "confident as I can be" statement and (b) look at the size of the bird relative to the post it is on...!
The Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos) is a thrush that breeds across much of Eurasia. It is also known in English dialects as throstle or mavis. It has brown upperparts and black-spotted cream or buff underparts and has three recognised subspecies. Its distinctive song, which has repeated musical phrases, has frequently been referred to in poetry. ccie
Lat/Lng: 50.1, -5.5
OS grid ref: SW5329