Examples from the Web for moorhen
The moorhen and coot are too inconspicuous as they lurk under the reeds, or swim hurriedly across the open water.
There, too, a moorhen goes, sometimes diving under the bough.The Hills and the Vale|Richard Jefferies
Carefully looking over that side again, the moorhen who had been out rushed back; the water-rat was gone.Nature Near London|Richard Jefferies
The nest and eggs of the Coot are very like those of the common Moorhen.Egyptian Birds|Charles Whymper
From the sedges came the curious cry of the moorhen; a bright kingfisher went by.After London|Richard Jefferies