Pied-billed grebe 4
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|Little Grebe, special light in the local park.|
The pied-billed grebe (Podilymbus podiceps) is a species of the grebe family of water birds. Since the Atitlán grebe (Podilymbus gigas) has become extinct, it is the sole extant member of the genus Podilymbus. The pied-billed grebe is primarily found in ponds throughout the Americas.
Pied-billed grebes are small, stocky, and short-necked. They are 31–38 cm (12–15 in) in length, with a wingspan of 45–62 cm (18–24 in) and weigh 253–568 g (8.9–20.0 oz). They are mainly brown, with a darker crown and back. Their brown color serves as camouflage in the marshes they live in.
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SUPERB SHOT with beautiful reflection on the water.From the image it is easily understand that the Grebe is on the move.Excellent capture.
Bravo!!!!!!!Good work.But here most of the members are jeolous.They never appriciate good picture.Coz they can't capture.Back-slapping can't give much.....