pied-billed grebe


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Synonyms for pied-billed grebe

American grebe having a black-banded whitish bill

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Nesting ecology of the Pied-billed Grebe in northwestern Iowa.
Early season Late season Total Species Morning Evening Morning Evening Pied-billed Grebe 48 54 49 10 161 Least Bittern 22 17 13 28 80 Virginia Rail 54 55 40 36 185 Sora 35 23 5 1 64 Rails 95 80 51 38 264 All species 180 199 126 91 596 TABLE 2.
Nesting was uncommon even among resident species but was documented (nests and/or young) for Killdeer, Pied-billed Grebe, Least Grebe, Black-necked Stilt and Mottled Duck.
American Coot, Common Moorhen, Pied-billed Grebe commonly nest in Texas coastal wetlands farther north where rainfall is greater, seasonal river overflows influence wetland water regimes, or water levels are managed (Cottam & Glazener 1959; Weller et al.
Size, color, unique markings, patterns and sounds were other factors to consider as the group went in search of 170 types of birds known to inhabit the park, from pied-billed grebe to sage thrashers.
Pied-billed Grebe (Podilymbus podiceps), White Ibis (Eudocimus albus), and Limpkin (Aramus guarauna) were the species most commonly identified, each occurring in seven different python samples.
Number of Order Species individual Podicipediformes (9) Pied-billed Grebe (Podilymbus 7 podiceps) Podicipedidae (unidentified species) 1 Pelecaniformes (3) Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) 1 Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga) 2 Ciconiiformes (18) Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) 1 Great Egret (A.
Incubation water loss by Pied-billed Grebe eggs: adaptation to a hot, wet nest.
We conducted unlimited-radius point counts coupled with call broadcast periods for five target marsh birds: Pied-billed Grebe (Podilymbus podiceps), American Bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus), Least Bittern (Ixobrychus exilis), Virginia Rail (Rallus limicola), and Sora (Porzana carolina) (Conway 2005).
Seven Pied-billed Grebe nests, 15 coot nests, and 1 unidentified duck nest also were monitored, but there was no evidence of parasitism on these nests.
Researchers examined the eggs of a variety of birds including eagles, ospreys, pied-billed grebes, common terns and peregrine falcons.
Pied-billed Grebes were not "common" but could be located at any season with enough effort.
Pied-billed Grebes Podilymbus podiceps were recorded on none of the water bodies occupied by Least Grebes.
Pied-billed grebes and oldsquaw can often be seen on the state's larger lakes and wetlands, while red-breasted mergansers prefer the big waters of the state's glaciated northwest.
No attempt to completely assess pair composition was undertaken to minimize disturbance to this mixed colony of Western, Clark's, Eared (Podiceps nigricollis), and Pied-billed grebes (Podilymbus podiceps).