Calm Water And Birds | Red-Necked Grebe | New York

When you go out looking for birds to photograph during migration season its possible to see a species of bird once and never see it again.

I love my favorite local birding spot for this.

I can see all the typical birds from our area. Then I can see more usual migratory birds. And if I am lucky I can see a bird that is not as typically found in our area during migration.

This is the case with the Red-Necked Grebe.

I saw a Red-Necked Grebe for the first time on April 12th of 2015. And the last time I saw a Red-Necked Grebe was on April 15th of 2015.

Now in 2021 I have never seen a Red-Necked Grebe since.

But thanks to our little local stopover spot for migration I had the opportunity to see this bird at least one time.

I always go back every year hoping to see one again though.

Photo info: Nikon D300S. Nikon 300mm f/4. Focal length 420. ISO 400. 1/1600 sec. f/5.6.

Red-Necked Grebe

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