Response to playback: Came closer, but did not expose itself.
28 Jun 1961
Recorder: Midgetape Microphone: Midgetape
This bird was identified as either Catharus dryas or C. frantzii by Ted Parker at a later date.
Habitat: Primary forest
Recordist Note: "Heavy forest, not far from where Ruddy-capped Nightingale Thrush was recorded. Sometimes one might confuse those two species, but this individual could only be a solitaire. Like Jamaican Solitaire, without the bell-like trills of that species. Also like Slate Colored Solitaire, but much shorter and simpler, though otherwise as musical, songs."