In this recording a flock of Gray-necked Wood-Rail (Aramides cajanea) forages in the forest near the El Pizote lodge, near Puerto Viejo de Talamanca (Costa Rica), 6/23/99. They were heard every day there, morning and evening. Locals said they are good to eat ("like chicken"). It was unclear how many birds were calling in this sample.
Douglas Von Gausig (recordist; copyright holder), Naturesongs.com
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