eared grebe

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Synonyms for eared grebe

small grebe with yellow ear tufts and a black neck

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Temperature regulation and the constraints of climate in the Eared Grebe.
Eared Grebe migration schedule by age class, 2001-2006, based on birds captured or found dead during autumn migration in southwestern Wyoming.
The Eared Grebe, a winter resident, had a significant (negative) relationship between departure date and local departure temperature (Fig.
Double-crested Cormorants, Eared Grebes, and Herring Gulls are all widely distributed across North America.
observed a Great Blue Heron at Lake Cachuma in Santa Barbara County, California (~130 km southeast of Lake Oso Flaco), capture an Eared Grebe.
We know of no previous reports of Great Blue Herons capturing, killing, and attempting to consume Eared Grebes, or any other bird species of that size; however, McCanch (2003) reported a Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) that had choked to death while attempting to ingest a Little Grebe (Tachybaptus ruficollis).
First, an Eared Grebe we banded earlier that year on the GSL was recovered in Cedar City after the downing.
Also the Hunched display of Black-necked (Podiceps nigricollis nigricollis) and Eared grebes (P.
Intra-organ reduction in the Eared Grebe Podiceps nigricollis stomach: a spandrel in the belly.
North American Eared Grebes (Podiceps nigricollis californicus) are seldom seen in flight, except when they migrate (Bent 1919, Gaunt et al.
The March botulism outbreak claimed mostly eared grebes, although 16 white pelicans died as well.
Once on the ground, the eared grebes, which have giant webbed feet set far back on their bodies, foundered helplessly because they can only become airborne from water.
For a fishless lake, Mono feeds a surprising number and variety of migrating and nesting birds, including nearly a third of North America's eared grebes.
Often uncrowded, even when town is jammed, it offers a mile-long crescent of sparkling white sand-and the Carmel River Lagoon and Wetlands Natural Preserve, set aside in 1985 and now a rushthick haven for herons, eared grebes, common goldeneyes, and brown pelicans.
You'll also see thousands of American avocets, eared grebes, common snipes.