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Long-billed Thrasher

Toxostoma longirostre

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A darker version of the more familiar Brown Thrasher. Look especially for the dark reddish-brown (not bright) upperparts, long tail, gray face, and streaked belly. Also note narrow black and white wingbars and slightly curved bill. A Mexican species with limited range in U.S.; found in understory of shrubby woodland. Usually seen singly. Sometimes visits bird feeders, foraging for seeds on the ground.

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