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Black Necked Grebes usually arrive back early to mid-March. The majority of adults and larger juveniles leave in July with smaller juveniles staying into early August.
03 Jun - Black-necked Grebe count, 22 adults and 12 to 14 young this morning
22 May - 7 possibly 8 broods recorded
13 May - 4th brood Black Necked Grebe No3 bed
09 May - 3rd brood reported from Rotary Hide, still two broods from Tower Hide
06 May - one, possibly 2 broods of Black Necked Grebe reported
17 Apr - 26 Black Necked Grebe counted on No3 bed
13 Apr - Black Necked Grebe count now up to 23
08 Apr - Count of Grebes has risen to 21 on No3 bed
04 Apr - 20 Black Necked Grebes on No3 bed
02 Apr - 19 Black Necked Grebe confirmed on No3 bed
27 Mar - 15 Black Necked Grebe counted on No3 bed
23 Mar - 11 Black Necked Grebes confirmed
20 Mar - 9 Black Necked Grebes now confirmed
08 Mar - 6 Black Necked Grebes across the Reserve
04 Mar - 3 Black Necked Grebe arrived on No3 bed