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  1. J

    bird captured by infrared camera and Call help, China.

    I think you're right with Grey-backed Thrush for the camera trap bird. I think maybe the problem is that the IR lighting on the camera doesn't show the contrast between the flanks and belly, making the bird look uniform below. The shape and structure, and the overall pattern of colours, looks...