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Q: How many months is the moorhen in Britain?
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How long does a moorhen live for?

The longest life span was 11 years but most live for about 126 months.


When was Moorhen flea created?

Moorhen flea was created in 1878.


When was Tristan Moorhen created?

Tristan Moorhen was created in 1861.


When was Gough Moorhen created?

Gough Moorhen was created in 1892.


What is male hen called?

Like the community answer, it is correct that moorhen is the name of the species and not the gender. Within moorhens, there are cocks and hens like with other bird species, but moorhen is the name of the species itself.So the male here would be called a moorhen cock (or cockerel).


Can Moorhen's fly?

Yes they can.


Where do moorhens live?

The answer to your question depends upon which species of moorhen you are asking about.The Common Moorhen is distributed almost worldwide. Other species of moorhen live in many parts of the world including Australia, Siberia, Africa, South America, Tasmania, Indonesia and New Zealand. This list includes most of the places moorhens can be found but it is not exhaustive.


Is moorhen a type of bird?

Yes it is.


How many months did Britain fight for in world war 1?

51 months, from August 1914 to November 1918.


What is a dusky moorhen?

A Dusky Moorhen, Gallinula tenebrosa, is a bird from the rail family. It is found in the wetlands of Australia, New Guinea, and Indonesia.


How many months in Britain does the greenshank stay there for?

In Britain the Greenshank breeds in the months April-August, is seen on passage migration in the months September to October and some winter in Britain between October and March. So technically some Greenshank stay in Britain all year while others most likely some of the passage and breeding Birds may stay in Britain for only 1-6 months.


What is the Diet of the common moorhen?

Brain matter.