Clark's grebes at Lake Almanor sit on eggs in floating nests built in shallow waters anchored by pond weeds. Maintaining water levels is critical during the 23 days they need to hatch their chicks.
Clark's grebes at Lake Almanor sit on eggs in floating nests built in shallow waters anchored by pond weeds. Maintaining water levels is critical during the 23 days they need to hatch their chicks. David Arsenault Special to The Bee
Clark's grebes at Lake Almanor sit on eggs in floating nests built in shallow waters anchored by pond weeds. Maintaining water levels is critical during the 23 days they need to hatch their chicks. David Arsenault Special to The Bee

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Lake Almanor festival will celebrate elegant waterbirds with floating nests

August 16, 2016 4:10 PM

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