Eyebrowed Thrush: Medium, robin-like thrush, gray back and head, orange-brown breast and flanks, white belly and undertail coverts. Black eye line with white borders above and below is conspicuous. Yellow bill with dark culmen. Strong, direct and fast flight on rapidly beating wings.
Range and Habitat
Eyebrowed Thrush: Breeds in dense coniferous forests and taiga eastwards from Siberia; winters south to southeast Asia and Indonesia; rare vagrant to western Europe. Rare to casual in North America, but a regular visitor each spring in western Aleutians.
The male Eyebrowed Thrush has a simple whistling song, similar to the related Mistle Thrush.
A group of thrushes are collectively known as a "hermitage" and a "mutation" of thrushes.