Gray-cheeked Thrush

About the Gray-cheeked Thrush
Also known as: Alice's Thrush, Grey-cheeked Thrush

The Gray-cheeked Thrush is a medium-sized songbird native to the Americas. Males and females look alike. The bird bander's alpha code for the Gray-cheeked Thrush is GCTH.

Gray-cheeked Thrushes breed across northern Canada and Alaska. Their migratory range covers much of the eastern USA and southeastern Canadian provinces. They winter in northern parts of South America.

Gray-cheeked Thrushes feed primarily on insects and berries. GCTHs have a very beautiful flute-like song.

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International Names

Birdorable Gray-cheeked Thrush

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