07 February, 2010

Grebes Galore at Teddington

Grebes Galore at Teddington...

Took a stroll along the river at Teddington Lock this morning to try and catch up with a Black-necked Grebe that has been seen there the last few days.
After a while of searching around the Lock, sure enough, in the river, staring straight at us, was the Black-necked Grebe! At first it was quite far out, but soon dived and resurfaced relitively close.

Also on the Lock were plenty of Cormorants, and the Black necked Grebe's bigger cousin, the Great crested Grebe.

Black-necked Grebe...


Great-crested Grebe...


Cormorant...


Right, now back to English, Music and ICT coursework all for next week (arrggghh!)... I wouldn't be as behind on them if I hadn't gone for that Grebe!

3 comments:

Bob Bushell said...

Really cute.

GRAMPS said...

Hi Bill and first of all congratulations on your 100th blog posting. Well done and marvellous work. The quality of the birds in that 100th posting are absolutely beautiful and crystal clear. Good luck with the "arrggghh!" studies. If you do half as well as you do here then I foresee Grade A's everywhere. Keep up the good work and very best of good fortune in everything. GRAMPS.

Devil Birder said...

Glad yoou got the grebe Billy, nice shots.