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Great Thrush (M) eating Cotoneaster frigidus berries

Turdus fuscater -male- (Great Thrush / Mirla)

 

Great Thrush is the largest of the South American thrushes. The plumage is dark olive brown with a distinctive long tail. Individuals measure between 28-33 cm. Males and females are similar in plumage, but males have an orange eye ring.

 

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Taken on April 6, 2018