This one was in a mixed gang of blackbirds, redwings and a solitary waxwing.
Mistle thrushes numbers are falling, along with those of other thrushes, and they have just been moved from the amber to the red list in the UK.
They are also in decline as garden birds. These are BTO Garden BirdWatch data from the UK
and from the North East. So I'm lucky to have one.
However, they are still found in many of the lowland areas of the British Isles.