Monday, May 7, 2012

Tuesday Tweets

The pied-billed grebe is a small grebe that can be found through out most of North America, Central America and parts of South America. Here where I live in Minnesota pied-billed grebes are here breeding during the warmer months. They are most often seen in the water and hardly ever seen in flight. When they migrate they usually fly at night. When potential danger is near they will sink under the surface of the water, sort of like a submarine, and swim to safety.

Welcome to Tuesday Tweets. To join in the fun, just post a photo of a bird on your blog then come here and enter your information in the inlinkz tool down below. Don't forget to put a link back to here on your blog and the pretty little banner photo. Then visit all of the sites that participate to see a lot of cool bird pics.


carol l mckenna said...

Awesome macro shot ~ you always have the best ones ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

ps ~ don't think I have bird photo to link up ~ just a sketch ~ good luck ~

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Such a cool bird -- I saw my first one in Oregon last summer -- with babies on her back.