Red-necked Grebe

Red-necked Grebe

Viewed 8 Times

Grebes are easier to get close to than most other waterfowl. They tend to move in consistent patters, and when feeding near shore will spend most of their time diving underwater. This allows the astute photographer to wait until the grebe has dived and then approach close to where the bird will likely appear. By staying still, the grebe was unbothered my presence, allowing to get numerous good images at close range.

Report Image

You must be logged in to view this form.

Please Login to comment
1 Comment threads
0 Thread replies
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
1 Comment authors
Mike Warner Recent comment authors
newest oldest
Notify of
Mike Warner

Good Grebe technique to get the shot! Nice and sharp – even the water droplets on the back are easy to see. Well done!