I have posted a new photo story article that I have written called Afternoon At the Beach With A Pied-Billed Grebe. I had the pleasure a few years ago to spend a wonderful spring afternoon with this one pied-billed grebe I discovered at the beach in Nags Head on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It displayed an amazing behavior that I was fortunate to witness and photograph. Have you ever seen a pied-billed grebe walking? Well, I have. Check out my story about witnessing and photographing this pied-billed grebe walking on the beach and in the surf.
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2 replies to “New Article Posted: Afternoon At the Beach With A Pied-Billed Grebe”
What a wonderful story! The pictures are beautiful. Sounds like a special connection with the grebe. Nice!
Thank you, Katy!