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    • Podiceps major
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Recent observations

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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redabbott

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February 19, 2016 08:13 AM PST

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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nicoolejnik

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April 6, 2016

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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guille

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February 21, 2016 01:25 PM ART

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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guille

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February 22, 2016 04:36 PM ART

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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tegorl

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January 3, 2016

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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nicoolejnik

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November 2, 2015

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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pipoca1730

Date

July 25, 2015

Description

Fishing in San Roque lake

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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soniavf

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February 23, 2015

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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angel

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June 4, 2015

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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bastian_riveros

Date

February 17, 2014

Description

el cuello recto del huala es una forma fácil de identificar esta especie.

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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nicoolejnik

Date

July 17, 2012

Description

Nest.

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Great Grebe Podiceps major

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guille

Date

November 15, 2008 04:56 PM ARST
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Description from Wikipedia

The Great Grebe (Podiceps major) is the largest species of grebe in the world. A disjunct population exists in northwestern Peru, while the main distribution is from extreme southeastern Brazil to Patagonia and central Chile. The population from southern Chile is considered a separate subspecies, P. m. navasi.

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Conservation Summary

    Source: BirdLife International (2011) IUCN Red List for birds. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 31/07/2011.
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