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Spotless Crake

Spotless Crake (Image ID 46358)
CommentIt looked hard work wading through the mud. The insects on the water kept moving ahead of it but it was feeding from larvae in the mud. It was difficult getting a in-focus shot as the head was going like a jackhammer. The bird appears to be a juvenile being paler underneath.
Keywordsjuvenile, feeding/with prey
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