Data for:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
List:
Passeriformes > Turdidae

Pale-breasted Thrush

Turdus leucomelas

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A common and widespread thrush found in open woodland and forest edge across much of lowland South America. Nondescript: brownish overall with grayer crown, streaked throat, and dingy yellowish bill. Compare with Creamy-bellied Thrush, which is darker overall with dark lores and more contrasting throat streaking. Usually rather conspicuous; singles or pairs can often be seen hopping in the open or feeding in a fruiting tree.

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