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L. 19-21 cm (7-8")
The Wood Thrush is declining in many areas in North America due to forest fragmentation. The species is being studied in Cornell Universityâ€™s project, Birds in Forested Landscapes. It is also listed on the Audubonâ€™s Watchlist.
Found in tropical lowland deciduous, mixed forests, flooded evergreen forests and gallery forests.
Forages in forest leaf litter looking for many different species of insects and beetles. Also eats fruit and berries.
Song: ethereal, flutelike Ee-oh-lay repeated several times, with slight variations. Call - A rapid pit-pit-pit; Nocturnal flight call, heeh.
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