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Coot or Moorhen?
Observed: 10th February 2011 By: George W
Added: 10th February 2011
If you confuse coots with moorhens (as I used to do) here's a tip: There's a 'r' in 'moorhen' and 'red' and a 't' in 'coot' and 'white'. Coots have white beaks and moorhens have red beaks. Actually, as you can see from the photo here, this moorhen has a red and yellow beak.