Gray-cheeked Thrush - Catharus minimus
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The Gray-cheeked Thrush (U.S.) or Grey-cheeked Thrush breed in Canada, Alaska and eastern Siberia. They winter in northern South America. Their upperparts are brownish gray and the underparts are whitish gray with brown streaks. They have grey cheeks and pink legs. They eat insects and other arthropods.