EDITOR: Thanks to Karen Kluge of Green Valley, AZ for correcting my error with this photo. The photographer is a top biologist and would not make such an error. She wrote:
The photo is identified as a Red-and-white Crake (it is the only photo on the site for this species), but I believe it should be a Rufous-sided Crake. Red-and-white should have coral-red legs and the head, neck, breast and flanks should all be a uniform rufous. This photo shows a bird with buffy olive legs and with obvious contrast between the gray-brown crown & back and the rufous flanks -- features consistent with Rufous-sided (per Erize et al. Birds of South America -- Non-Passerines).
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