eared grebe


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Noun1.eared grebe - small grebe with yellow ear tufts and a black neckeared grebe - small grebe with yellow ear tufts and a black neck; found in Eurasia and southern Africa as well as western United States
grebe - small compact-bodied almost completely aquatic bird that builds floating nests; similar to loons but smaller and with lobate rather than webbed feet
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In this note, we present two observations of the crested Caracara preying on the snowy egret and eared grebe during winter in the southern part of the Baja California Peninsula.
Birds that could lose all of their current range by 2080 include the American avocet, brown rosy-finch, brown-headed nuthatch, chestnut-collared longspur, eared grebe, northern gannet, northern saw-whet owl, trumpeter swan, white-headed woodpecker, and yellow rail.
Approximately 400,000 Eared Grebe stage on the Great Salt Lake during their migration to Mexico, relying on the lake's population of brine shrimp to gain enough weight for their nonstop flight.
Diving picivores of somewhat deeper water numbered five species (11%): two cormorants, Pied-billed Grebe, Least Grebe, Eared Grebe.
In addition to the 1,000 or so loons that come through each year, the lake also hosts between 2,000 and 9,000 migrating Clark's grebes each fall-as well as eared grebes, double-crested cormorants and white pelicans, Neel notes.
We eared grebes build floating nests on lakes in western North America.