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Adult limpkin waded in a marsh, likely in search of food. Its white head and neck feathers contrast with a background of chocolate-colored feathers.
It was seen in the south Florida wetlands within Everglades National Park.
The limpkin’s range extends from Florida all the way down to Argentina. It is the only extant member of Aramus.
Lat: 25.67, Long: -80.76
Spotted on Dec 20, 2015
Submitted on Apr 28, 2019
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