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Coot water migratory bird Featured Related Images Print

Coot water migratory bird

Coots are small water birds that are members of the Rallidae (rail) family. They constitute the genus Fulica. Coots have predominantly black plumage, often swimming in open water. They are close relatives of the moorhen. A photograph of an original hand-colored engraving from The History of British Birds by Morris published in 1853

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Porphyrio porphirio poliocephalus, purple swamphen Featured Related Images Print

Porphyrio porphirio poliocephalus, purple swamphen

Plate 93, painting by Pieter Cornelius de Bevere, from the Loten Collection of coloured drawings of Birds, Mammals, Insects & Plants, (1754-57). Date

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

1710 1789, 1722 C1781, 18th Century, Anatomy, Animal, Animals, Aves, Beak, Bevere, Bird, Birds, Blue, Forehead, Gruiformes, Illustration, Joan Gideon, Joan Gideon Loten, Leg, Long, Loten, Pieter Cornelis De, Pieter Cornelis De Bevere, Porphyrio, Porphyrio Porphyrio, Porphyrio Porphyrio Poliocephalus, Purple, Purple Swamphen, Rallidae, Red, Sauropsid, Sauropsida

Tasmanian native-hens (Gallinula mortierii) Featured Related Images Print

Tasmanian native-hens (Gallinula mortierii)

Tasmanian native-hens (Gallinula mortierii), pair running hard. Has been recorded at 48 km/h. One species that has benefitted from humans, from the agriculture now practised in its home island. Tasmania, Australia

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Animal, Aves, Bird, Endemic To Tasmania, Family Groups, Fauna, Flightless, Gallinula, Gallinula Mortieri, Gruiformes, Lives In Groups, One Female Mates With All Males In Group, Rail, Rallidae, Unusual Family Structure, Unusual Social Structure, Water Hen, Wildlife