One of the nice things about traveling to visit family in New Jersey is that they live right next to the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in Morris County. It's a gorgeous stretch of marshes and woody swamps teeming with wildlife, especially birds. Now, I'll be the first to admit that I remember bird species about as well as I remembered tree species when I was a Boy Scout years ago; for some reason, that's just not information I retain. However, I do love to get out there an walk around when I get the chance and grab a shot when it presents itself. This, I think, is a thrush, possibly a wood thrush, which is common to this refuge. I'd love to hear from you if this isn't correct or you know the variety. This particular bird was only there for a moment, and then gone. Pays to be paying attention to your surroundings on a walk.
Larger version here: Through the Branches