Eared Grebe

Commonly found in shallow wetlands across western North America, the Eared Grebe is a small waterbird. They are the most abundant grebes in the world and gather in colonies of hundreds and thousands before beginning their winter migrations southwards. These birds have evolved to be versatile in adapting to new environments and can be seen taking advantage of temporary or man-made bodies of water as and when required.

Continue reading Eared Grebe

Western Grebe

The Western Grebe is a magnificent bird with large stature. They are very closely related to Clark’s Grebes both in appearance and behavior. In fact, for almost 100 years these birds were considered to be of the same species, with Clark’s Grebes being considered as white morphs of this species.

Continue reading Western Grebe

Pied-billed Grebe

In the New World, a Pied-billed Grebe is present in a lot of places. North America’s temperate regions are especially familiar with this bird species. They aren’t exactly a sociable bunch. If you compare them to other Grebes, the contrast is even more apparent. They seldom try to form a flock. Around marshy pond areas, you might even see a single, lonely one. 

Continue reading Pied-billed Grebe

Clark’s Grebe

Clark’s Grebe Picture

Clark’s Grebe

A Clark’s Grebe is a fun bird to see while bird watching. Below are some tips to help you identify Clark’s Grebes. We have also put together a list of fun Clark’s Grebe t-shirts, Clark’s Grebe bird patches, bird houses, bird feeders, binoculars, stickers and other fun bird watching items.

Continue reading Clark’s Grebe