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South Africa
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Passeriformes > Turdidae

Forest Thrush

Turdus lherminieri

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An uncommon robin-shaped inhabitant of moist forests where it is usually found feeding on insects and fruits. Its rich gray-brown upperparts and head, combined with bold scaly underparts make it unmistakable within its range. The call is a loud smack. Sings a variety of whistles and other sounds, often uttered in distinct phrases usually from a concealed mid-level perch.

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