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Passeriformes > Turdidae

Ecuadorian Thrush

Turdus maculirostris

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A common thrush of clearings and forest edge in most of western Ecuador; also reaches far northwestern Peru. Adult’s tan plumage, yellow bill, and orange eyering are distinct in its range. Young birds have pale spots on their wings, and a mottled breast; they may also have darker bills. Sings a melodious song that can last for many minutes, and also gives a cat-like meow. Visits fruit feeders in some areas.

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