Henderson Island Crake

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.

The Henderson Island Crake is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

fearless Henderson Island Crake, Henderson Island Fruit-Dove, the stunning Stephen’s Lorikeet and Henderson Reed Warbler, while on Oeno we will see an extraordinary seabird colony at eyeball to eyeball distance. In the Acteon Group in the easternmost Tuamotus we will visit Tenararo, home to that Holy Grail of Pacific birding, the extraordinary little Tuamotu Sandpiper (surely one of the most endearing birds of the trip). More

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Henderson Island Crake (or Henderson Crake) Porzana atra ... Henderson Island in the Pitcairn Islands ... Henderson Island Fruit-Dove Ptilinopus insularis ... Henderson Island in the Pitcairn Islands ... Henderson Island Reed-Warbler Acrocephalus taiti ... Henderson Island in the Pitcairn Islands ... More

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Order : Gruiformes
Family : Rallidae
Genus : Porzana
Species : atra
Authority : North, 1908