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Redd Necked Grebe

Podiceps grisegena


Has dark gray upperparts and cap, white lower face and nape, white underparts with gray flanks, red-brown neck and dark brown eyes. It has a long thick yellow bill with a dark tip and black legs and feet.


Breeds from Alaska and northern Canada south to Oregon, Idaho, Ontario, and southern Minnesota; rarely east to southern Quebec. Spends winters south along coasts to southern California and Georgia, and rarely to Florida. Summer habitats include ponds and lakes; found on large lakes, coastal bays, and estuaries during winter and migration.

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Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

Lat: 40.60, Long: -105.09

Spotted on Mar 3, 2018
Submitted on Apr 1, 2018

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