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From coolly majestic lionesses to frantically racing grebes, from a Serengeti sunset to an otherworldly penguin procession, this exhibition is sure to leave viewers awestruck at the wide world around them.
About then a small group of eared grebes came floating by in the slow current of Rush Creek.
The 564-acre marsh adjacent to Turnagain Arm is a magnet for birders, who may encounter trumpeter swans, tundra swans, red-necked grebes, northern pintails, arctic terns and other species amid the marsh's sedges.
Not only can birders spot ducks, geese, grebes and coots; a number of warblers, sparrows, woodpeckers, birds of prey including bald eagles, golden eagles and ospreys, and much more also move through the area.
On an easy half-mile walk, visitors can watch and discuss ducks, geese, grebes and songbirds.
A pair of grebes who didn’t love each other might be less willing to cooperate.
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Origin and Etymology of grebe
First Known Use: 1766See Words from the same year
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