Brown Crake

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The Brown Crake is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool ), or Brown Bush-hen, is a waterbird in the rail and crake family (Rallidae) found in South Asia. References - 1. ^ BirdLife International (2004). Amaurornis akool. 2006. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN 2006. www.iucnredlist.org. Retrieved on 10 May 2006. Database entry includes justification for why this species is of least concern. More

I never knew that a Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool) existed in the first place. I had never heard about it. We had stopped by Naguvinahalli on our way back from Mysore after an unfruitful birding day. We didn’t see anything at Naguvinahalli too. Rajneesh who was with us knew that Brown Crakes were seen there but we didn’t see any. We were back in the car to get back to Bangalore as it was getting dark. More

The Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool), or Brown Bush-hen, is a waterbird in the rail and crake family Rallidae found in South Asia. - ABOUT ME More

The Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool) is a waterbird in the rail and crake family Rallidae found in South Asia. Colonel William Henry Sykes, FRS ( January 25, 1790 – June 16, 1872) was an Indian Army officer Politician The rails, or Rallidae, are a large cosmopolitan family of small to medium-sized Birds The family exhibits considerable diversity at Hodal in Faridabad District of Haryana, India. at Hodal in Faridabad District of Haryana, India. More

Brown Crake Amaurornis akool akool - Chick Brown Crake Photographer : More

Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool) is a scarce breeding resident in Haryana. This bird is found in the wetlands. More

* Brown Crake, Amaurornis akool * Isabelline Bush-hen, Amaurornis isabellinus * Plain Bush-hen, Amaurornis olivaceus * Rufous-tailed Bush-hen, Amaurornis moluccanus * White-breasted Waterhen, Amaurornis phoenicurus * Talaud Bush-hen, Amaurornis magnirostris More

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Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool) is a widespread but scarce resident in India. More

Brown Crake Amaurornis akool = Poyang Lake, China - Dec 6, 2008 More

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Brown Crake Amaurornis akool = Described by: Sykes (1832) Alternate common name(s): Brown Bush-hen, Swamphen Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs Poyang Lake, China - Dec 6, 2008 More

* Brown Crake, Amaurornis akool : The Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool) is a waterbird in the rail and crake family Rallidae found in South Asia. More

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Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool) = French: Râle akool German: Braunbauch-Kielralle Spanish: Gallineta Akool Taxonomy: Rallus Akool Sykes, 1832, Deccan. Two subspecies recognized. Subspecies and Distribution: * akool (Sykes, 1832) - India, Bangladesh and W Myanmar. * coccineipes (Slater, 1891) - SE China to NE Vietnam. More

Brown Crake (Amaurornis akool) Brown Crake is probably a rare resident or irregular visitor to Hong Kong that was found breeding in Hong Kong. Its occurrence would attract crowd of people to visit it and photograph it. Disclosure of its location would bring pressure to not only the bird, but also the residents operating the fish pond. Birdwatchers or bird-photographers should respect and understand the others in order to establish a positive image for themselves. It's all about self-discipline. More

Order : Gruiformes
Family : Rallidae
Genus : Amaurornis
Species : akool
Authority : (Sykes, 1832)
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