Brazil's National Bird
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The Rufous-bellied Thrush [Turdus rufiventris (Vieillot, 1818)] is a very common bird in South America and best known of all the thrushes, identified by the rust-colored belly and her melodious singing during the breeding season.  it is especially popular in Brazil, having become a law in 2002, the bird-symbol of the country  it was a symbol of the state of São Paulo since 1966.  is cited by many poets as the bird sings love and spring.  the bird is also present in the official emblem of the Confederations Cup 2013, which will be held in Brazil.