Calayan rail

The Calayan rail (Gallirallus calayanensis) is a flightless bird of the rail, moorhen, and coot family (Rallidae) that inhabits Calayan Island in the Philippines. Though well-known to natives of the island as the `piding`, it was first observed by ornithologist Carmela EspaƱola in May 2004 and the discovery officially announced on August 16, 20.....
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Calayan Rail

The Calayan rail is a nearly flightless bird of the rail family found in the forests of the Philippine island of Calayan. It has black plumage and a scarlet beak and orange-red legs. The Calayan Rail, known locally as the piding, remained unknown to Westerners until August 2004.
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