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Passeriformes > Turdidae

Spectacled Thrush

Turdus nudigenis

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Identification

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A medium-sized, medium-brown denizen of open woodlands; found feeding both in the trees and on the ground. Best distinguished from similar Cocoa Thrush by its bold orange-yellow eyering and its somewhat pale bill. Song is a series of sweet up-slurred and down-slurred whistles. Most common calls, which are quite different from those of Cocoa Thrush, are an inflected catlike “mew-uh.”

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