Rails, Cranes, and Seriemas
American Coot - A cute version of this familiar bird of the rail family. Coots are cute!
Black Crowned-Crane - A striking species of crane named for its dark body plumage and magnificent golden head crown.
Black-necked Crane - A medium-sized Asian crane named for the black feathers on its neck.
Blue Crane - This pretty blue-gray crane is the official national bird of South Africa.
Brolga - This crane is found Down Under! The Brolga used to be known as Native Companion and can be found in Australia and New Guinea.
Common Crane - This Old World species is also known as the Eurasian Crane, Grey Crane, or simply as just Crane.
Common Gallinule - Common Gallinules are closely related to Common Moorhens and other species of Rail. Cuter than cute, too!
Common Moorhen - Ungainly ginormous feet, pudgy black bodies, and a bright red faceplate. Put them together and you've got a Common Moorhen!
Corn Crake - A cute, secretive migratory bird found in Europe, Asia, or, in the winter, Africa.
Demoiselle Crane - The smallest species of crane features prominently in north Indian culture.
Eurasian Coot - Another cutie cootie from Birdorable. How many species of coot have you seen?
Grey Crowned-Crane - This fabulous bird is named for its grey body plumage and for its stiff head crown.
Guam Rail - Extinct in the wild but with an active breeding program, we hope the Guam Rail will live free on Guam again one day.
Hooded Crane - A migratory species of crane found in parts of Asia. This is one of the smaller crane species.
Kori Bustard - This is one heavy bird! They may weigh over 40 pounds and are among the heaviest birds capable of flight.
Purple Gallinule - A striking bird of the rail family with a lot of colors going on.
Red-crowned Crane - A large species of crane that is found across parts of Asia. AKA Japanese Crane.
Red-legged Seriema - Long legs and crazy beak-crest make this bird a real stunner. Here in cute Birdorable form!
Sandhill Crane - Sandhill Cranes are large birds native to much of North America. Here they are in cute Birdorable style!
Sarus Crane - The tallest species of flying bird is this large non-migratory crane.
Siberian Crane - This highly migratory crane has a mostly white plumage with a bare face of red skin.
South Island Takahe - A chunky species of flightless rail from New Zealand.
Wattled Crane - An African species named for hanging flaps of skin dangling below its throat.
White-naped Crane - A pretty crane with a striking plumage of grey constrasting with white.
Whooping Crane - Browse throught our super-cute designs featuring our Birdorable Whooping Crane!