“G” is for ..


The Pied-billed Grebe is common on lakes and ponds across North America. It is rarely seen flying and prefers to sink out of sight when danger threatens. Thankful I wasn't considered as "danger" to him!


About Brenda

"Brenda adores the birds. She is enchanted with their grace, their beauty. It was the birds and being out among them that gave her the peace she so needed and forged a new passion She uses a camera to capture those incredible moments, to savor them and share them with others. For her the camera was freedom. Brenda spent her life healing others, and dealing with incredible pain and despair. The world of birds and nature and photography was what she turned to in order to see the beautiful side of the world" -Eric Curtis Cummings
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8 Responses to “G” is for ..

  1. gosh, never heard of him and didn’t know he was common in my parts! I’ll have to look for him this summer when we go up to the lake.:)

  2. Jo says:

    How pretty! Glad you seemed safe! ♥

  3. k~ says:

    Is this a type of duck? It sure is pretty!

    • drchoneydew says:

      You know, when i first saw him, diving and coming up again (they are a water bird) thought it was a baby anhinga or something,,but then started doing the research. It isn’t even a baby, this is their full grown size! A little marsh bird.

  4. elizabethsheryl says:

    Aww, so cute.

  5. Beautiful picture! What a lovely bird. I love birds.

  6. beverlydiehl says:

    That’s a very cute duck, er, grebe. (I’m afraid I recognize about 3 water birds – ducks, swans, and herons, and assume anything I see MUST fit into one of those groups.)

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