Looking through a bunch of unedited photos this morning, I discovered this Clark’s Grebe on Chaplin Lake in Saskatchewan. I had thought it was a Western Grebe, but it is in fact a Clark’s, which is the rarer of the two. Colour me pleased!
This entry was posted on 2014/08/19 by Robin. It was filed under Birds, Saskatchewan and was tagged with Chaplin Lake, Clark's Grebe, Saskatchewan.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!! The differences are sublet,but it is a good ‘Lifer’ to add to the list.BTW it is not on my list yet.
2014/08/19 at 8:17 pm
Ruth, thanks! Yes, the differences are subtle!
2014/08/19 at 10:15 pm
OOOPS! That should read ‘subtle’,not sublet. Oh well, still a great bird to add to your Life list.
2014/08/19 at 8:24 pm
Ruth, I read right through it! So you would have got away with sublet!
2014/08/19 at 10:16 pm
Congratulations on the lifer. Love the red eyes.
2014/08/19 at 11:15 pm
Pat, thanks! I couldn’t believe how red they were!
2014/08/19 at 11:40 pm
Congrats on the lifer. Excellent shot!
2014/08/20 at 2:28 am
Robbie, thanks! Always nice to get a lifer!
2014/08/20 at 4:09 am
Beautiful lifer, keep it up Robin.
2017/07/15 at 8:03 am
Thanks, Bob! I appreciate your comments and being your Friend! Cheers!
2017/07/15 at 8:41 am
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