Now I know why the brown thrasher has been spending so much time in my garden.
They are pretty small, but two baby thrashers are living in a nest in my variegated privet.
They look like little fur balls lying on their backs. Their beaks are to the left.
I'll try to take another picture when they get a bit bigger and look more like little birds.
Apparently they leave the nest as early as nine days of age and I have no idea when they hatched. So I might miss them.
And, according to this 2007 article in the Knoxville News Sentinel, their chances of survival are pretty low.