Specimens of this grebe were obtained near Cordova by White in 1882.
Then Mrs. grebe takes her place on it, and proceeds to lay and hatch her eggs.
A grebe found only on Lake Titacaca, perched high up a mountain-side is another.
A summary word or two, first, respecting the grebe family, will be useful.
The nests of the Little grebe may be found floating in every rushy pool.
The parent will sometimes dive with its offspring, just as the Little grebe will do.
In the end I chose a violet gown most tastefully trimmed with grebe and a little velvet toque.
This grebe is a late breeder, the eggs not being laid before June.
Mr. and Mrs. grebe have very curiously webbed feet, looking more like a horse-chestnut leaf with three lobes than anything else.
The nest of the grebe is usually placed in a tuft of rushes, on the edge of the water.
diving bird, 1766, from French grèbe, of unknown origin, possibly from Breton krib "a comb," since some species are crested.