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Black-throated Thrush

Turdus atrogularis

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A dark, somberly-colored thrush of middle to high-altitude forests. Usually winters at higher elevations, but will occasionally move into foothill and lowland areas as well. Male is unmistakable, with a gray back, white belly, and a pitch-black throat and chest. Females are streaky brown below and may be confused with Red-throated Thrush, but Red-throated females do not show orange on the throat or the sides of the tail; the only warm colors on either bird are the orangish underwings.

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