Gray-cheeked Thrush Photos and Videos
Medium-sized plump thrush without a prominent eyering. The face is grayish and lacks any buffy color. The underparts are whitish with grayer flanks.
Round-headed thrush that lacks an eyering. The face is grayish and lacks any hint of buff color, although the breast is often washed in buff.
Forages quietly on forest floor or low in understory. Breeds in far northern North America; typically seen by most birders only in migration.
Medium-sized thrush. Intensity of spotting on the breast varies among individuals. Note grayish face without any buffy color or eyering.
- Medium-sized thrush.
- Upperparts and tail brownish gray.
- Plain gray face with some light streaks but no eyering.
Immature DescriptionLike adult.
Relative Sizebetween sparrow and robin
- Both Sexes
- Length: 6.3-6.7 in (16-17 cm)
- Weight: 0.9-1.1 oz (26-30 g)
- Wingspan: 12.6-13.4 in (32-34 cm)
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