. The birds of Illinois and Wisconsin . , especially, it would seem, in the western part of the state.(Birds of Wisconsin, 1903, p. 126.) Its song is similar to that of the Wilsons Thrush. 361. Hylocichla aliciae (Baird). Gray-cheeked Thrush. TUrdus alicicE Baird, ±. O. U. Check List, 1895, p. 317.Distr.: Northern and eastern North America, breeding far north-ward (Newfoundland, Labrador, Mackenzie region, Alaska, etc.),migrating south, east of the Rocky Mountains to the Greater itilles,Central America, and northern South America. Adult: Upper parts, uniform olive, with little or no differenc

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. The birds of Illinois and Wisconsin . , especially, it would seem, in the western part of the state.(Birds of Wisconsin, 1903, p. 126.) Its song is similar to that of the Wilsons Thrush. 361. Hylocichla aliciae (Baird). Gray-cheeked Thrush. TUrdus alicicE Baird, ±. O. U. Check List, 1895, p. 317.Distr.: Northern and eastern North America, breeding far north-ward (Newfoundland, Labrador, Mackenzie region, Alaska, etc.),migrating south, east of the Rocky Mountains to the Greater itilles,Central America, and northern South America. Adult: Upper parts, uniform olive, with little or no differenc

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