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Three Sisters Springs
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Passeriformes > Mimidae

Scaly-breasted Thrasher

Allenia fusca

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A drab-colored and inconspicuous species typically found from the middle level to the canopy in woodlands, where it mostly feeds on fruits. This species can be distinguished from similarly shaped and colored Pearly-eyed Thrasher by its short dark bill and barred, not streaked, underparts. Song is a deliberate series of high-pitched squeaks and lower-pitched whistles. Most common call is a high, thin whistle.

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