American Coots swim like ducks, but they do not have the webbed feet of that species. Their toes have broad lobes of skin that allow it to easily move through water. The lobes fold back when the bird lifts its foot while walking to facilitate moving on dry land, but it still supports the bird's weight on muddy land. Nine American Coots were found in Central Park in this year's Bird Count.
Ultramarine Lorikeet: small parrots restricted to Marquesas Islands of Nuku Hiva, Ua Pu and Ua Huka World Population: 1000-2499 Found above 700m (2296 ft), montane forest. Also has been seen in banana, coconut and mango plantations in coastal areas.