Long-tailed sandy gray songbird with a long curved bill. About the size of a Northern Mockingbird. Note pale cinnamon undertail coverts and plain wings.
Pale sandy gray overall with unmarked wings, a dark eye, and a curved bill. Often holds its long tail up.
Often walks or runs on the ground with its tail held up in sparsely vegetated desert flats.
Long-tailed, slim songbird with a decurved bill. Sings from exposed perches during the breeding season.
- Large, long-tailed songbird.
- Pale sandy gray all over.
- Long, down-curved bill.
- Dark tail.
- Pale reddish undertail.
Immature DescriptionSimilar to adult, but slightly paler, with paler undertail.
- Both Sexes
- Length: 9.4-11.0 in (24-28 cm)
- Weight: 1.9-2.7 oz (55-76 g)
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