An adult searching on a food.Un adulto buscando alimento.

An adult searching on a food.Un adulto buscando alimento.
Species: Yellow-breasted Crake   Hapalocrex flaviventer
Subspecies: hendersoni
Author: J. Gonzalez y F. Collazo
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Added to IBC: 8 Dec 2009 - 13:22
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Note that a Greater Antillean Grackle is singing in the background.
Se escucha un Chango cantando al fondo.

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J. Gonzalez y F. Collazo, IBC1175414. Accessible at

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J. Gonzalez y F. Collazo, IBC1175414. Video of Yellow-breasted Crake Hapalocrex flaviventer at Caño Tiburones Natural Reserve, Puerto Rico. Accessible at

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