The Red-legged Thrushes (Turdus plumbeus) occur naturally in the Bahamas, Cayman Brac, Cuba, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Puerto Rico.
The largest part of their diet (about two thirds) consists of fruits. In addition to that, they will also take insects, such as insects (caterpillars, beetles,wasps, crickets, ants), as well as frogs, lizards, snails and bird eggs.
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