Clay-colored Thrush

Once called the Clay-colored Robin, in general appearance and habits the Clay-colored Thrush resembles the American Robin. About the same length or slightly smaller, the plumage is brownish, somewhat lighter below than above, lightest on the flanks. Birds from humid regions are darker than those from dry regions. The throat is faintly streaked. Immature birds have faint mottling on the back and underparts. The bill is greenish-yellow with a dark base, the legs are pinkish or flesh-colored

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