Eurasian Coot

Coots have a white beak with a white sheild in the front, they also have a blood red eye, they have curious lobed feet with grey-blue legs. Coots are commonly found at ponds and on the banks, they are likely to be found swimming on open water.

We have seen them in Centennial Park and at the Bendeela Camping Grounds, they like to dive underwater for their food.

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