Uniform Crake

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Uniform Crake

The Uniform Crake (Amaurolimnas concolor) ranges from south Mexico and Jamaica to west Ecuador, north Bolivia and south Brazil. It haunts in forested swamps, streamside thickets, old wet second growth, and damp ravines. Matures are 20 cm (8 inches) in height and 95 g in weight.

Above is olive-brown, with sides of head gray-brown. Underparts rufous, palest on throat. Bill greenish-yellow and feet red or orange. Inmatures are above duller and darker, and more gray-brown. Its alimentation is based on insects, spiders, frogs, lizards, berries and seeds.

Common Name: Uniform Crake
Scientific Name: Amaurolimnas concolor
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