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Gred-necked Grebe family

<iframe width="1280" height="720" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/XejwyeNlWYs?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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Re: Gred-necked Grebe family

Nothing but code in post.
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Re: Gred-necked Grebe family

Same for me too....?
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Re: Gred-necked Grebe family

I tried to embed the video so it can be played from within the forum but apparently the code did not provide the expected results. Re-pasted slightly different code, now it seems to work better.

For highest resolution playback in 720p (YouTube default is 360 I think)

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Re: Gred-necked Grebe family

Working well now thanks for showing this little family.
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Re: Gred-necked Grebe family

Nice video.
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Re: Gred-necked Grebe family

Very nice video, thanks for sharing.
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Re: Gred-necked Grebe family

Great work Tord, I felt very close to the action! What a piece of kit that scope is!
Is just 1 chick usual or are they likely to have 'lost' some?
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Re: Gred-necked Grebe family

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Great work Tord, I felt very close to the action! What a piece of kit that scope is!
Is just 1 chick usual or are they likely to have 'lost' some?
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Actually I was something like 30 meters from the subject. I am surprised about the results.
They usually get four chick's but usually only one or two survive to this size. Predation from craws, herons, mesh harrier and sometimes also pike decimate the numbers.
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