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San Carlos de Apoquindo
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Plumbeous-backed Thrush

Turdus reevei

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A distinctive thrush restricted to dry forest in western Ecuador and northwestern Peru. Combination of bluish-gray upperparts, pale underparts washed with sandy buff, and white eye is unique in its range. Juvenile is profusely spotted on underparts. Generally stays high in the trees, where it can be quite easy to see. Often gives a whistled “fwee?” in addition to its beautiful song.

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