The thrushes at Luck's are all in the Turdus genus. This is the Rufous-bellied Thrush and it is larger overall than the Creamy-bellied Thrush, the other common one in the yard. Always has a good wash of rufous orange over the lower chest and belly down to the vent. Looks like our American Robin washed out a bit in the breast. Note this is a four species shot with a Golden-chevroned Tanager to the left then a Palm Tanager in the forefront and a female Brazilian up high with another Palm for good measure on the far left.

This one just looks giant until overpowered by a chachalaca or guan or cacique. Note the diminutive appearing female Blue Dacnis to the right. 

They remain common visitors at the new site. Good side rufous color shown.