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Possibly a young Blacked necked Grebe

Observed: 24th April 2010 By: Laurie DauntLaurie Daunt’s reputation in BirdsLaurie Daunt’s reputation in BirdsLaurie Daunt’s reputation in Birds
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I Discovered this while uploading old photos on to my PC, Taken in 1985 on a boating holiday on the Norfolk Broads, Early summer, bit of a mystery, Apologies for the state of picture but it is old

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Identifing notes

It looks like a Grebe of some sort by its beak but the only grebe that matches the picture is a Young Black necked Grebe

Laurie Daunt

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Thanks

Did not think of that one, not having a red beak

Laurie Daunt

Kluut's picture

Coots have white beaks -

Coots have white beaks - moorhens have red and yellow :-)

The giveaway is the bare shield above the beak, on the forehead.
There is also the fact that the chances of seeing a black-necked grebe on the Broads at that time of year are almost zero.

miked's picture

You can now the correct date

You can now the correct date of the observation back to 1985 I think.