Corncrake

Scientific name : Crex crex
Other names: Български: Ливаден дърдавец , Brezhoneg: Rakig-melchon , Català: Guatlla maresa , Česky: Chřástal polní , Dansk: Engsnarre , Deutsch: Wachtelkönig , Esperanto: Krekso , Español: guion de codornices , Eesti: Rukkirääk , Basque: Giloi , Suomi: Ruisrääkkä , Français: Râle des genêts , Magyar: Haris , Italiano: Re di quaglie , 日本語: ウズラクイナ , Lietuviškai: Griežlė , Latviešu: Grieze , Nederlands: Kwartelkoning , Norsk (nynorsk): Åkerrikse , Norsk: Åkerrikse , Polski: Derkacz , Português: Codornizão , Русский: Коростель , Svenska: Kornknarr , Türkçe: Bıldırcın kılavuzu , Українська: Деркач (птах)

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Short Description

The Corn Crake is a little larger than the Quail. During breeding season, male birds are grey-blue-colored on the cheeks and sides of the neck.

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