Western Grebe

The Western Grebe

The Western Grebe has red eyes unlike other birds who might have green or yellow eyes.

The glowing beauty Grebe looks very much like a crane or Japanese crane or a Canadian goose.

The Western Grebe is very common to most people.

The Western Grebe is a water bird. Witch means, it spends most of its time in the water. As you can see the picture up there shows the Western Grebe in the water . It does not go on the docks by people.

You might of seen this bird in many books like man gave names to all the animals.

You will not see this bird in the Willamette  park river and you wouldn’t see them at the beach either. Western Grebes nest in colonies of hundreds on large island lakes, sometimes using coastal marshes, in Western North America.

~Faith Elise:)

p.s. Stick around for a poem today!


About faithelise

I love learning about species of birds and want to be an Ornathologist. Writing about birds is my passion and I love every part of it!
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