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Gray-necked Wood-Rail

Aramides cajaneus

Description:

Grulliform, family Rallidae. Very common in Argentina. Redlegs, brown body and the blue from the head to the neck. It is a 30 cm tall. Usually hidden in the bushes, they could be occasionally be seen in the roads and paths in forested areas.

Habitat:

From Buenos Aires to the Northern provinces in Argentina.


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Bs. As., Argentina

Lat: -34.47, Long: -58.49

Spotted on Feb 2, 2018
Submitted on Mar 25, 2018

Spotted for mission

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