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Reflecting on grebes

Grebes are an ancient group of diving birds, quite unrelated to ducks and swans. The southern, or Australasian, crested grebe is one of New Zealand's least known aquatic birds, a secretive but handsome swimmer most likely encountered on secluded lakes in inland Canterbury.

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