November 1960 – vol. 53, issue 11–524 ornithologists turned their attention to live birds. In fact there is possibly no other group, at least in Europe, whose numbers and distribution are shrouded in such uncertainty. Therefore, when the editors obtained some photographs of the Little Crake (Peruana parvd), they looked for somebody who might have something new to say about this bird and its troublesome relative, Baillon's Crake (P. pus... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.