“The American purple gallinule inhabits warm swamps and marshes in the southeastern states of the United States and the tropical regions of Central America, the Caribbean and northern South America.
This species is resident in southern Florida and the tropics, but most North American birds are migratory, wintering south to Argentina.
The nest is a floating structure in a marsh. Five to ten eggs, buff with brown spots, are laid…”
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