Great crested grebe and chicks

Great crested grebe and chicks, The Hague 2014

Lizia was so kind to send me this beautiful photo of a great crested grebe with chicks; photo taken from the Houtrustbrug bridge in the Hague. On 19 July 2014, cloudy weather.


16 thoughts on “Great crested grebe and chicks

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  12. Beste Nico,

    Deze vogel gezien op strand bij Katwijk, maar welke vogel is dit?
    Is dit een Zeekoet? In winterkleed?
    En zo niet, welke is het dan?

    Staat ook in dit filmpje:

    Met vriendelijke groet,

    Nico: Ik snap de vergissing, het is een fuut in winterkleed en die
    lijkt in het geheel niet op de fuut in prachtkleed, met zijn mooie kuif
    in het voorjaar!


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