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Corncrake at the edge of a field Corncrake at the edge of a field

Corncrakes are related to moorhens, coots and rails but differ from most members of the family because they live on dry land. They are very secretive, spending most of their time hidden in tall vegetation, their presence only betrayed by their rasping call. In flight their bright chestnut wings and trailing legs are unmistakable. Best looked and listened for on the Western Isles. RSPB reserves at Balranald and Coll provide some of the best opportunities. Arrives from mid-April and leaves again in August and September. Best located by call which can be heard both day and night.

Photographer: TomsPhotos
Model Release: No
Propert Release: No

Keywords:
Crex, crex, Rallidae, bird, Corncrake, secretive


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A5 @ 72dpi 95 USD
A5 @ 150dpi 190 USD
A5 @ 300dpi 245 USD
A4 @ 300dpi 315 USD
A3 @ 300dpi 365 USD