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Red-Necked Grebe

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A FINE specimen of the Red-necked Grebe, picked up alive, but wounded, near Bedford, on the 11th of February, has been sent to me dead, and is being stuffed. It is a female, in winter plumage.

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TUCKWELL, W. Red-Necked Grebe. Nature 1, 430 (1870). https://doi.org/10.1038/001430a0

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