French: Grive roux-brun German: Rostrückenklarino Spanish: Solitario ocre brasileño
E Brazil (Bahia, Espírito Santo).
20–21 cm; 45–61 g. Rather featureless thrush. Nominate race is rufous-brown all over, shading buffier on breast and then paler and greyer on belly, with dull buff... read more
Song, apparently very seasonal, and mainly early in morning, a series of complex, rapid, variable... read more
Humid and wet, typically mossy lower montane (foothill) forest and dense second growth; mainly 500... read more
Food and feeding
Fruit; presumably some invertebrates. Alternates periods of quiet perching with bouts of active foraging at fruiting trees and shrubs,... read more
Jun–Jul in Colombia. Nest (Colombia) 5 m up in dense second growth on edge of small forest clearing; cup nest in fork of branch in... read more
Possibly some local movements. In Ecuador, record at Playa de Oro (Esmeraldas) in Feb was... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Formerly considered Near-threatened, and possibly merits re-listing as such. Remarkable distribution and very small range of each race indicate a... read more
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