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    bird captured by infrared camera and Call help, China.

    Than you very much! Grey-backed Thrush seems to be a not uncommon breeding bird in my city, encountered from the foothills to over 1000 altitudes. It also sounds a bit different from the xeno-canto, and I'm more looking forward to discovering other thrush breeding, such as the Pale Thrush and...
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    bird captured by infrared camera and Call help, China.

    Qingdao, Shandong province. Last Sunday I went to recover the infrared camera and saw this bird, less than 500 meters above sea level, breed in this location and with similar patterns there are Gray-backed thrush, Blue-and-white Flycatcher and Siberian Blue Robin (but it is above 900 meters)...