great crested grebe

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large Old World grebe with black ear tufts

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More than 80 years later, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds reckons that the UK is now home to around 5,300 breeding pairs of great crested grebes.
Eleven avian influenza viruses (H5N1) were isolated from 3 species of wild birds: 4 from great crested grebes, 5 from great black-headed gulls, and 2 from brown-headed gulls.
One of the great crested grebes who nest around the lake Tony Jacklin tees off to officially open The NEC's new driving range
This is one of Scotland's last wetland sites and it attracts all sorts of birds, from herons to great crested grebes.
From his Cardiff doorstep, wildlife photographer Andy Rouse captures the courtship of great crested grebes, from their early wooing through to the birth of their newly hatched chicks.
In the past, Great Crested Grebes were nearly hunted to extinction for their spectacular plumage and so it's an amazing and rare privilege to see these stunning birds and their chicks in close proximity.
In the hide we grabbed a pair of binoculars each and tried to find the Osprey and some Moorhens, Mallards and Great Crested Grebes.
CARL SPURLING emailed after watching yellow, grey and pied wagtails in the Weaver Valley, Dutton, with reed warblers, and reed buntings, and great crested grebes nesting at Dutton Locks, with many buzzards in the area.
Lakes and reservoirs host one of the greatest courtship displays - the dance of the great crested grebes.
I took this image of a pair of great crested grebes performing their courtship ritual from a homemade floating hide.
GREAT Crested Grebes are smartening up their act as the breeding season approaches.
The pair, at the Saltholme wildlife reserve and discovery park near Stockton, are the first great crested grebes to form a union in 2011.
Released by Blagdon-based Northern Heritage, Untamed North also includes Kip's film of nesting dippers in the River Allen, nesting curlew and lapwing on the moors, fishing herons, great crested grebes, owls, buzzards, otters, foxes, deer, adders, red kites, salmon swimming upstream to spawn, the birds of the Farne Islands, and the Lake District ospreys.
Jim saw great crested grebes in head shaking display on Eccleston Mere.