Great Crested Grebe – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Great Crested Grebe, Podiceps cristatus is a member of the grebe family of water birds.
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Birds in Backyards – Great Crested Grebe (Podiceps cristatus) Fact …
The Great Crested Grebe is a medium to large aquatic bird, and is the largest of the grebes. It has a long neck and head with a distinctive black double crest. The Great Crested …

The RSPB: Great crested grebe
Podiceps cristatus. Family. Grebes (Podicipedidae) Overview. A delightfully elegant waterbird with … The RSPB is working for a better environment for birds and people. Join today and …

Albertine Rift Birds – Podiceps cristatus subsp. infuscatus
Albertine Rift Birds – Podiceps cristatus subsp. infuscatus

CalPhotos: Podiceps cristatus
Number of matches: 2 Query: SELECT * FROM img WHERE ready=1 and taxon = "Podiceps cristatus" and lifeform = "Bird" ORDER BY taxon. Click on the thumbnail to see an enlargement…

Haubentaucher – Wikipedia, die freie Enzyklopädie
Der Haubentaucher (Podiceps cristatus) ist eine Vogel art aus der Familie der … Version vom 12. Mai 2006; Videos zu Podiceps cristatus in der Internet Bird Collection

Podiceps cristatus – definition of Podiceps cristatus by the Free …
Noun: 1. Podiceps cristatus – large Old World grebe with black ear tufts. great crested grebe. grebe – small compact-bodied almost completely aquatic bird that builds floating nests …

Great Crested Grebe, Podiceps cristatus
Great Crested Grebe, illustrated article. … Breeds on lakes, slow rivers, gravel pits, etc, and also found in coastal waters in winter.

Podiceps cristatus on Flickr – Photo Sharing!
Podiceps cristatus . Un Grèbe huppé (Podiceps cristatus) sur le lac de Lamartine (Roques sur … Birds in Haute-Garonne (France, 31) (Pool) 0. Tags. lac lamartine. lamartine. Grèbe

Birds of Kazakhstan – Great Crested Grebe ( Podiceps cristatus )
Birds of Kazakhstan … Podiceps cristatus Linnaeus, 1758 Great Crested Grebe. Races: Podiceps cristatus cristatus Linnaeus, 1758

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