The Usambara thrush, also known as Roehl's thrush or Usambara olive thrush, is a species of thrush found in eastern Africa. Formerly, it was considered as a subspecies of the olive thrush, with which it is known to hybridize with, but is now recognised as a separate species.
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Partial migration is when within a migratory species or even within a single population, some individuals migrate while others do not.