A cute version of this familiar bird of the rail family. Coots are cute!
AKA Australian Swamphen, Pukeko, or Pook.
A striking species of crane named for its dark body plumage and magnificent golden head crown.
A medium-sized Asian crane named for the black feathers on its neck.
This pretty blue-gray crane is the official national bird of South Africa.
This crane is found Down Under! The Brolga used to be known as Native Companion and can be found in Australia and New Guinea.
This Old World species is also known as the Eurasian Crane, Grey Crane, or simply as just Crane.
Common Gallinules are closely related to Common Moorhens and other species of Rail. Cuter than cute, too!
Ungainly ginormous feet, pudgy black bodies, and a bright red faceplate. Put them together and you've got a Common Moorhen!
A cute, secretive migratory bird found in Europe, Asia, or, in the winter, Africa.
The smallest species of crane features prominently in north Indian culture.
Another cutie cootie from Birdorable. How many species of coot have you seen?
This fabulous bird is named for its grey body plumage and for its stiff head crown.
Extinct in the wild but with an active breeding program, we hope the Guam Rail will live free on Guam again one day.
A migratory species of crane found in parts of Asia. This is one of the smaller crane species.
This is one heavy bird! They may weigh over 40 pounds and are among the heaviest birds capable of flight.
Lord Howe Woodhen
The Lord Howe Woodhen, aka Lord Howe Rail is flightless.
A striking bird of the rail family with a lot of colors going on.
A large species of crane that is found across parts of Asia. AKA Japanese Crane.
A cute relative of the American Coot, this coot is named for the red knobs at the top of its facial shield.
Long legs and crazy beak-crest make this bird a real stunner. Here in cute Birdorable form!
A beautiful bird of coastal habitats in Central and South America -- mostly. ;)
Sandhill Cranes are large birds native to much of North America. Here they are in cute Birdorable style!
The tallest species of flying bird is this large non-migratory 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.
An African species named for hanging flaps of skin dangling below its throat.
A pretty crane with a striking plumage of grey constrasting with white.
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