Adult male and female Gallinule with offspring wading in pond, Sun City Center

A red billed adult male and female Gallinule with brood wading in pond, Sun City Center
A red billed adult male and female Gallinule with brood wading in pond, Sun City Center

Both the male and female Gallinule help incubate and feed the young until the brood become self sufficient (fledge) after about 40-50 days.

The Antillean Common Gallinule is indigenous to southern Florida and once called the Florida Gallinule.

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