Great crested grebes courtship dance


This 26 May 2020 video from Britain says about itself:

It’s hard not to be enchanted by the great crested grebes’ courtship dance. In spring, the birds face one another (sporting striking orange and black plumage) then flick their heads from side to side, bob in unison, and swim low and slowly towards each other in the water.

Find out more about the intriguing, impressive and quirky displays you might see in wetlands: here.

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