BIRDS OF CEDAR CREEK

Annotated Checklist and Explanation of Codes

Order PODICIPEDIFORMES: Grebes

Family PODICIPEDIDAE: Grebes

Pied-billed Grebe, Podilymbus podiceps [SR -, u, u, c ** n b]
 Pied-billed Grebes generally are present in the large marshes near Fish Lake. Eggs and young were found west of Fish Lake in 1975.

Peter Wallack
Horned Grebe, Podiceps auritus [M -, r-c, -, u O]
 Horned Grebes in some years are not recorded at Cedar Creek, while in others, migrants are present in large numbers on Fish Lake in the spring.

USFWS
Red-necked Grebe, P. grisegena [SR -, u, u, - ** n b]
 Three Red-necked Grebes were on Fish Lake on May 22, 1987, the first Cedar Creek record. A pair successfully nested on a floating island of vegetation near the northwest shore of Fish Lake in June 1987. Red-necked Grebes also nested on Fish Lake in 1988 and 1989, and young were with the adults in 1988.

Jon Nickles, USFWS