The grey-necked wood rail measures 38 cm (15 in) long and weighs g (16 oz ). The upperparts are olive green to dark brown. The head and neck are. Gray-necked Wood-Rail (Aramides cajanea) [version 1] American Ornithologists’ Union 6th edition (incl. 35th suppl.): Gray-necked Wood-Rail (Aramides. Species, Aramides cajanea (Statius Muller, ) – Rascón cuello gris, Grey- necked Wood Rail, Gray-necked Wood-Rail. Subspecies, Aramides cajanea.
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Aramides cajanea also uses a clucking sound, similar to domestic hens, to call their chicks.
Please send me product announcements, helpful advice, and special promotions. The black bill has a flesh-coloured base,  and a small, white egg tooth behind the tip of the upper mandibleas well as a very small one at the tip of the lower mandible. Fulica Cajanea Avibase ID: Retrieved 14 April Picture made in Infants Children Teenagers 20s 30s 40s 50s 60s Older. Aramises allows you to create and manage your own lifelists, and produce useful reports to help you plan your next birding excursion.
Mexico north to southern Oaxaca and southern Tamaulipas south on both slopes to Nicaragua and northeastern Costa Rica Source: The only recorded predator of Aramides cajanea is humanswho are known to occasionally eat them due to their relative abundance. In forest vegetation these birds are usually found in lower tropical elevation zones lower than mbut can be found as high as 1, m.
Most aramiddes what is known about their reproductive behavior is derived from a few anecdotal observations. Their breast and flanks are brownish-red, like rust. This bird’s large extent of occurrence along with its population is why it is considered to be least-concern by the International Union for Conservation of Nature IUCN.
Flightless rails endemic to islands have lower energy expenditures and clutch sizes than flighted rails on islands and continents. Unlike many other species of railsgray-necked wood-rails are flighted. Exotic, colorful Gray-necked Wood-Rail, Aramides cajanea, walking on ground, front view.
The University of Chicago Press. McNab, ; Skutch, These eggs usually measure around 52 by 36 millimetres 2.
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Cayennebosral, Cayenne-bosral, Cayenneral Norwegian: Bird in the dark tropical forest habitat. There are a few ways by which you can help the development of this page, such as joining the Flickr group for photos or providing translations of the site in addition languages.
The grey-necked wood rail’s nests are situated in trees and bushes, usually 1 to 3 metres 3. In their natural habitat, they have been seen eating maize and they are also avid frugivores.
Sign In We’re Sorry! The duet notes are often strained or cracked, but they sing with almost perfect timing. As their common name suggests, gray-necked wood-rails can be distinguished araimdes other rails by their distinct gray neck and head. Range eggs per season 2.
Geographic Range Gray-necked wood-rails Aramides cajanea are widely distributed throughout the Neotropical region.
Grey-necked Wood-Rail (Aramides cajanea)
The legs are coral-red, the bill is a bright greenish-yellow, and the eyes are red. When eating snailsthis rail will hammer at the shells to extract them. Help cxjanea improve the site by taking our survey. In Mexico, on the other hand, the breeding season is known to start as early as January. These birds also have a unique song. These birds sing most often during wet, cloudy weather and in the evening, cajahea they do sing throughout the day when together.
The subspecies of the rufous-naped wood rail, A. The Auk Aramides cajanea has a powerful, yellow bill, red eyes and long aramices legs. The brown spot present at the back of the head of the nominate is also reduced or gone. Likewise, Aramides cajanea also inhabits freshwater marshes, which have less dense vegetation than their forest habitats. Accessed October 10, at http: Retrieved 26 November ADW doesn’t cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe.
Exotic, colorful Gray-necked Wood-Rail, Aramides cajanea, climbs on inclined mossy trunk with outstretched wings. Save to Collection Create your free account to use Collections Save and organize all the images you need for your projects with Collections. Already have an account? List Aramides cajanea Aramides plumbeicollis Aramides chiricote Rallus chiricote.
Gray-necked Wood-Rail, Aramides cajanea, walking on the tree trunk in nature, in the dark tropical forest. The Birds of Costa Rica.