Every once in a while a bird will find its way across the Bering Strait and not make it back to the right side of the continent to head south. In this case, we are very lucky to be able to see one of these birds. This Feildfare is a cousin of our American Robin with a couple of differences. One of them being the lack of red on the breast and the light gray on the back. This bird was however with a flock of Robins making short work of the Mountain Ash Berries on several trees just south of Salmon Arm.