“Horned Grebe”

© Teklanika Photography 2014
© Teklanika Photography 2014

Horned Grebe (Podiceps auritus)
Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/640 sec @ f5.6
iso 400
© Teklanika Photography 2014

“Red-Necked Grebes with Young”

© Teklanika Photography 2013
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Red-Necked Grebes with Young”

Red-Necked Grebes (Podiceps grisegena)
Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
06/22/2013
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/500 sec @ f5.6
iso 200
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Horned Grebe Chick”

© Teklanika Photography 2013
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Horned Grebe Chick”

Horned Grebe (Podiceps auritus)
Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
06/20/2013
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/500 sec @ f5.6
iso 200
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Horned Grebe”

© Teklanika Photography 2013
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Horned Grebe”
The “horns” are yellowish patches of feathers behind its eyes that it can raise and lower at will.

Horned Grebe (Podiceps auritus)
Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
05/13/2013
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/800 sec @ f5.6
iso 200
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Spring Grebe”

© Teklanika Photography 2013
© Teklanika Photography 2013

“Spring Grebe”
The red-necked grebe breeds on small inland lakes in Canada and Alaska.

Red-necked Grebe (Podiceps grisegena)
Anchorage, Alaska
05/05/2013
Canon 7D
Canon 100-400mm lens @ 400mm
1/1000 sec @ f5.6
iso 200
© Teklanika Photography 2013