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Clay-colored Thrush (Turdus grayi)
Bonaparte, 1838. 6 subspecies recognized, here is shown casius.
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Completely dun brown plumage. The yellow bill separates it from other similar turdids that coincide with it. Very common in Costa Rica, where it is the national bird. There's no sexual dimorphism. In this sequence it is taking worms to bring to the nearby nest.
Family Turdidae (Thrushes and allies)
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Rancho Naturalista, Cartago, Costa Rica, Neotropical Region
Date: 27 june 2010
Author: Alex García
 
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