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Atlantic puffins, European turtle doves, Slavonian grebes and pochards have been listed as vulnerable to <B extinction in the latest International Union for Conservation of Nature assessment Danny Lawson
The weekend's "supertide" pushed Purple Sandpipers onto sea defences at Trearddur Bay, Cemlyn Bay and Rhos-on-Sea, and a Slavonian Grebe onto the Dee at Connah's Quay.
The tree that emerged suggested that many apparent similarities, as between falcons and hawks or grebes and ducks, were convergences instead of close ancestral relationships.
A mass downing of Eared Grebes occurred in and around Cedar City, Utah during a snowstorm on 12 December 2011.
The recorded breeding activity of the least grebe is unusual for central Mexico (Howell and Webb, 1995; van Perlo, 2006; H.
Ken added: "It is a success story because there are so many grebes all in one place.
Nine Slavonian grebes were off Llanfairfechan, a spoonbill at Connah's Quay, great grey shrike in the Clocaenog Forest at Bryn y Gors Coch and two yellow-legged gulls were at Gresford Flash.
LOVE is certainly in the air for these two Great Crested Grebes captured by Honley reader Margaret Smith.
The pair, at the Saltholme wildlife reserve and discovery park near Stockton, are the first great crested grebes to form a union in 2011.
The Birmingham National Exhibition Centre (NEC) has leased what was a favourite landing beach for a large variety of water birds, including great-crested grebes, coots, moorhens and mallard ducks, to a private golfing firm.
The NEC has leased what was a favourite spot for water birds, including greatcrested grebes, coots, moorhens and mallard ducks, to a private golfing firm.
This report wasn't the work of one mad scientist communing with the grebes in the wild.
Species covered: ratites such as ostriches and emus; the rallidae family, which includes woodhens and rails; gliders; penguins; grebes and cormorants; waterfowl; and extinct species.
The pool is fed by Smite Brook and is a haven for many birds, including tufted ducks, great crested grebes, shoveler and pochard.
RSPB Phoenix Group visit Holy Island for divers, grebes and snow buntings.