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Eared Grebe

Here’s a few photos of an Eared Grebe fishing for breakfast at Spring Canyon a few days ago. The first day I saw it was very rainy and windy and the pictures didn’t turn out, but I went back the next morning and it was still there and I was able to get several nice shots.

Birds

January 30, 2017 – Red-necked Grebe, Holboell’s Grebe, or Gray-cheeked Grebe (Podiceps grisegena)

Found in western and central Canada and parts of the northern United States, these grebes breed on inland bodies of water and winter on the open ocean or large lakes. 65 more words

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Pretty grebe

Recently I posted an image of a Pied-billed Grebe (Podilymbus podiceps) that prompted one reader to comment that the grebe looked like a “poorly drawn duck.” Now I’ll admit that the shape and proportions of a grebe are a bit unusual, but I was sure that with the right angle and lighting I could manage to take a beauty portrait of this little bird. 32 more words

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Winter grebe

One of the most unusual-looking water birds that I occasionally see is the Pied-billed Grebe (Podilymbus podiceps), like this one that I spotted in a small, man-made pond yesterday in Kingstowne, a suburban community near where I like in Northern Virginia. 43 more words

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GREBE reviews and analyses business growth strategies: A guideline report now available

Small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) and micro-scale enterprises (new and established) have a key role to play in generating new employment in peripheral regions. However, from knowledge of local markets it is clear that only small numbers of SMEs are consistent in generating new employment opportunities i.e. 188 more words

Greedy Grebe

While hiking around the duck ponds at Tingley Beach, I noticed a little Pied-Billed Grebe splashing around.  When I zoomed in for a closer look, I saw him with a HUGE fish! 56 more words