Striped Crake
Aenigmatolimnas marginalis
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The striped crake has narrow white streaks on the back and wings, green legs and rufous vent contrasting with a white belly. A secretive bird, it is infrequently recorded. The upper bird was photographed at TPC-Moshi (8-18), courtesy of Christine Baissac. The bird in the middle 2 photos was seen in the pond by the old airstrip near Tarangire Safari Lodge (5-08) and is the first to be recorded in Tarangire NP. The lower bird was at Lake Manze (Selous, 6-13), courtesy of Phil Bennett.
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Phil Bennett, Christine Baissac

Last Update this page: 8-16-18