Yellow-legged thrush is a peculiar seeet and a sharp srip
The yellow-legged thrush feeds mainly on the ground in bushes and trees. The male has a yellow bill is brownish with tail and black wings. Females have a dull bill, paler underparts and warm brown upperparts. Ecology and Distribution has a highly disjunct distribution. A second population occurs in far northeastern Argentina and eastern Paraguay in eastern Brazil. The habitat of this small thrush is rainforest, overgrown plantations and secondary woodland, a mainly species of highlands. The nest is lined shallow cup of twigs amongst rocks on a bank.