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Dressed for Success

I came across this male Eared Grebe at Lake Meredith’s Spring Canyon last week while birding with a friend of mine. I’ve been between 1 and 3 of these birds out there for the last couple of weeks, but this is the first one wearing his breeding plumage. 8 more words


Same Ole, Same Ole

The barred owls have been hanging out next to the parking lot for a while now.

The reserve is full of green herons. They are now a usual suspect. 139 more words

Bird Photography

GREBE publishes its 4th project E-Zine

The GREBE Project has published its fourth e-zine to showcase the activities and ongoing goals of the project.  

We held our fifth partner meeting in Joensuu, Finland in February, where we held a joint conference with the IEA Bioenergy Task 43 and launched our online training and networking platform… 98 more words

Critter of the Day: Pied-billed Grebe

Today was the first time I was able to photograph a Pied-billed Grebe in the wild. I loved it. I could have spent my entire day watching this unique water bird. 40 more words

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Dancing Grebes

As the sun eventually began to rise over the trees at the edge of a local Angus loch I sat quietly, patiently, with camera in hand ready to capture the moment I had got up at 5am for. 967 more words

Montrose Point, April 7-8, 2017

The 7th was cool and windy. The 8th was quite warm and windy.

Today, the 8th, we saw two blue-gray gnatcatchers and a yellow-bellied sapsucker. Those were many flickers in the field and several cormorants flying overhead. 131 more words