|Red-necked Crake Rallina tricolor|
|Cairns, Queensland, Australia
The Red-necked Crake is distributed in Papua New Guinea and surrounding islands and in Queensland, Australia from Cape York south to Paluma. It is found in the dense understorey of rainforest particularly close to rivers and streams.
|It has a yellow-green bill, chestnut head and neck, with remaining upperparts brown. The eye is red and the legs
are are olive-green.
They feed mainly on invertebrates which it seeks out in leaf litter and the margins of streams and rivers.
|If you do not see a menu on the left, you may have arrived at this page from another site. Please click Home to get to my main page.|