Graeme Chapman - natural history photographer - ornithologist

Australian Birds

White-browed Crake
Porzana cinerea
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White-browed Crakes are widespread overseas, as far away as Africa but In Australia they are limited to the tropical north, usually near the coast. In many areas they appear to be a wet-season visitor and after breeding, fly back to New Guinea. They clamber quite well through the reeds and their large feet also allow them to forage out into the open on floating vegetation

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052201-D ... White-browed Crake.

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052202-D ... White-browed Crake

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052203-D ... White-browed Crake

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052204-D ... White-browed Crake

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