Brazilian name: Sabiá-barranco
The Pale-breasted Thrush is distributed from northern Colombia including the Magdalena valley, through Venezuela, the Guianas and round eastern Brazil and into Bolivia, Paraguay and northern Argentina. It is absent from western and central Amazonia.
|It is found in forest borders
and clearings as well as parks and gardens.
Its grey head and nape contrast with its brown upperparts and rufous-tinged wings. The throat is white with dark streaks while the breast and flanks are grey-brown. The bill is olive-yellowish while the axillaries and underwing coverts are cinnamon as can be seen in the 3rd photo.
|Photos 4 and 5 show a juvenile with speckled grey head and cinnamon tips to the wing coverts.|
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