One of the wonders of nature: a beautiful bird with bright black and white plumage, green and red beak

This type is widely used, its estimated world range is 2,300,000 km2.

A spotted shepherd (Pardirallus maculatus) is a characteristic shepherd of medium and large sizes with black and white plumage with thick stripes and spots.

Nevertheless, their back and wings are predominantly brown, with brilliant coral-pink legs and a large lemon yellow beak with turquoise and red specks at the base.

Thus, females look like men, except that they are smaller.

Youngers are easy to distinguish in black beaks and dark red-brown legs.

The spotted type can be found in Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, in the Cayman Islands.

These beautiful birds feed on crustaceans, insects, small fish and algae.

Sometimes they feed off the coast of water, digging in silt, although this is unusual.

Spotty-tailed -monogamous birds, which multiply mainly from June to September -In low marsh vegetation, often above the water.

They make a cup -shaped nest of grass.

Inside is deposited from two to eight eggs.

In addition, there is little information about the nesting habits of these birds.

This type is widely used, its estimated world range is 2,300,000 km2.

Therefore, he has a huge global population, estimated at 10,000 people.

And, therefore, it seems that the population is approaching the limits of the reduction in the Red Book of MSOP.

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