The first time I saw redwings, I thought to myself - Wow That’s a lot of song thrushes! I even blogged about it as song thrushes. However, I soon figured out that they were redwings. Here`s a post to know them better.
Although they mostly occur in flocks mixed with other birds such as song thrushes and blackbirds, I`ve come across one or two loners too.
The identifying features one should look out for is the red under the wings and the white streak above the eyes.
A distinct feature to listen out for is the clattering sounds they make:
I think I wont mistake them for Song thrushes anymore.