White-breasted Waterhen – Natural Bird Sound
The white-breasted waterhen is a waterbird of the rail and crake family, Rallidae, that is widely distributed across South and Southeast Asia. They are dark slaty birds with a clean white face, breast and belly.
They are somewhat bolder than most other rails and are often seen stepping slowly with their tail cocked upright in open marshes or even drains near busy roads.
They are largely crepuscular in activity and during the breeding season, just after the first rains, make loud and repetitive croaking calls.
Aliases: White-breasted Bitter Evil Bird, White-breasted Waterhen, White-faced Waterhen, Bitter Evil Bird.