En-us: Eared Grebe Ca: Cabussó collnegre Da: Sorthalset Lappedykker De: Schwarzhalstaucher Es: Zampullín cuellinegro Fi: mustakaulauikku Fr: Grèbe à cou noir It: Svasso piccolo Nl: Geoorde Fuut No: Svarthalsdykker Pt: Mergulhão-de-pescoço-preto Sv: Svarthalsad dopping Ru: Черношейная поганка
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Black-necked Grebe breeds in the following countries (Bird News Extra subscribers will see population statistics and information on trends for each country, and a map of population densities):
Birding in Spain DVD
Focus On Slavonian and Black-necked Grebes
These scarce grebes are easy enough to distinguish in summer plumage - but what about in winter plumage, or in flight? Russell Slack explains what to look out for. subscribe
Black-necked Grebes in the Lower Derwent Valley NNR
In recent years this famous Yorkshire wetland area near York has provided many visitors superb views of these charming grebes. Several were colour-ringed in 2004 and observers at nesting areas/passage sites are urged to look for colour-rings on any birds they see. subscribe
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