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Birds that eat their own feathers

March 21, 2009
By ANN BEEBE

Grebes are some of my favorite waterfowl. However, they're not necessarily easy to identify. I might be with friends and say "There's a Pied-billed Grebe." They'll say "Where?" I'll say, "Uh-oh. It dove." We'll wait for a few minutes that seems very long. Finally it will surface quite a distance away from where I saw it. I'll say, "There it is." They will say, "Where?" I'll give them directions. By the time they find where I'm talking about, it will have dived again. This is problematic.

 
 

 

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