The endangered subspecies of the Clapper Rail known as the California Clapper Rail (Rallus longirostris obsoletus) has been found breeding in San Francisco’s Heron’s Head Park, the first time in decades that the subspecies has been found in San Francisco. Huzzah!
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This is great news. I am happy to see the Clapper Rail doing well.