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Creamy-bellied Thrush

Turdus amaurochalinus

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Brownish thrush found commonly in a variety of habitats including forest edges, woodlands, savannas, plantations, urban parks, and gardens. Generally, quite arboreal but can be seen on the ground. Note the yellow bill contrasting with an olive-brown back, pale underparts, and pale streaked throat. Immatures are spotted below. The song is less complex and shorter than Rufous-bellied Thrush.

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