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Mustelirallus erythrops Found it in the house, it must have landed at night perhaps tired or disoriented by city lights.  To be released later in the day in a swampy, wetter environment Geotagged,Neocrex erythrops,Paint-billed crake,Paraguay,Spring,burrito pico rojo,crakes,gruiforme,paint-billed crake,polluela piquirroja,rallidae Click/tap to enlarge

Mustelirallus erythrops

Found it in the house, it must have landed at night perhaps tired or disoriented by city lights. To be released later in the day in a swampy, wetter environment

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The paint-billed crake is a species of bird in the family Rallidae.

Similar species: Crane-like Birds
Species identified by Tito Lahaye
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By Tito Lahaye

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Uploaded Oct 29, 2019. Captured Oct 29, 2019 05:36 in San Miguel, AsunciĆ³n, Paraguay.
  • TG-5
  • f/2.3
  • 1/125s
  • ISO500
  • 5.5mm