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Podiceps grisegena

Red-necked Grebes are not really rare in The Netherlands, but since there’s only some odd twenty breeding pairs and approximately 50-100 wintering/migrating birds, you don’t see them that often. With the small amount birds in […]

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Redneck Rebound

Last week I visited a Red-necked Grebe in bright and sunny weather. This made for crisp images with a lot of blue. Since for many birds the plumage shows much better in clouded circumstances, I […]

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Last week, for the first time I found a Red-necked Grebe that really lived up to its name. No surprise, as these birds usually breed abroad. They are normally found in our country during winter. Hence, […]

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