Pearly-eyed Thrasher (Margarops fuscatus)

In addition to its white eyes, this bird can be identified by its large bill, white back and white underside flecked with brown. Also, it has a long tail with white tips. I saw this specimen very carefully trying to eat a giant centipede. It would peck, then fly up a few inches, then peck again. It is common in many areas of the Caribbean and frequents many different habitats, including urban areas.

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