Cream-bellied thrush ( Turdus amaurochalinus )
|Cabanis , 1850|
The bird measures 22–25 cm and weighs 52–73 g. The plumage is gray to olive brown on the upper side, the beak is dark yellow, the legs are gray. The throat is striped white and brown. The black reins are characteristic of adult birds.
The cream-bellied thrush occurs in wooded areas in central and eastern South America , is considered common, also in gardens and parks.
The thrush feeds on insects including termites, but also on fruits and berries. She is diurnal and monogamous .
The creamed thrush is not considered to be endangered ( Least Concern ).
-  Turdus amaurochalinus in the IUCN Red List, accessed on October 7, 2016.