The Horned Grebe is a small grebe with a straight bill, thick neck, and squarish head. In breeding plumage, Horned Grebes have rufous necks and bellies, gray backs, and black heads with a solid yellow patch from each eye to the back of the head. Juveniles are gray-buff, with the lower half of the face white. Non-breeding adults are gray-black with white on the lower half of the face and neck.
First Sighting of Year
|Sunday, November 29, 2015||6€“10 Ocean Ave Biddeford ME United States|
|Friday, January 1, 2016||15€“99 Head Beach Rd Phippsburg ME United States|
|Saturday, January 14, 2017||Shore Rd Boothbay ME United States|
|Tuesday, January 9, 2018||Georgetown ME United States|