The brown thrasher is a lyrical and gifted singer, surpassed in the bird world only by the mockingbird. It is not intimated by other birds of its size, and is quite bold in defending its you against intruders. 4 eggs are usually laid Thrashers spend most of their time on the ground scratching among debris hunting for insects, especially beetles. They eat same plant matter too Some berries are eaten the thrasher is widely known and admired. It is related to wrens, mocking birds and catbirds. State bird of Georgia.