I spotted this bird at the edge of Stock Ghyll Woods, near Ambleside in the UK's Lake District. The photo is from the start of June (just mentioning as the top feathers seem to be a bit more downy so thought it might be a younger bird, and that may affect the colouring?).
The call seemed more like a caw (than a song-bird for example) but if I remember correctly it kind of trilled the call rather than what a crow would do. Sorry for the vague details! I'm not up on birdwatching terms so hope the description is reasonably clear.
The bird was sitting in thick shrubs/trees but right out by the edge of the road (not deep in the woods) and was perched around waist height (just above & a little in from the railing lining the footpath)