White’s Thrush (Zoothera dauma) is a member of the Thrush family Turdidae.
It breeds in wet coniferous taiga, mainly in eastern Asia and Siberia. It is strongly migratory, with most birds moving to southeastern Asia during the winter. It is a very rare vagrant to western Europe. It is very secretive, preferring dense cover.
The sexes are similar, with black scaling on a paler white or yellowish background. The most striking identification feature in flight is the black band on the white underwings, a feature shared with Siberian Thrush.
The male has a song which is a mechanical whistle.