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Pied-billed Grebe. Pied-billed Grebe: This medium-sized, stocky grebe has brown upperparts, paler brown underparts with barred sides and flanks and distinct white under tail coverts. It has a black chin, a white bill with a central black ring and dark eyes. Feeds on aquatic insects, vegetation, small fish and crustaceans. Direct flight with rapid wing beats.
Grebe's Feet?. Grebes feet are very thin-looking seen from upfront. The ( very nice ) pictures show the lobed feet from the side. If a grebe paddles its feet show a beautiful adaptation; when stretched backwards the lobes spread, pushing away the water and giving the bird speed, when stretched forward the lobes flatten making the leg very thin so there's minimal resistance in the water, meant to maintain speed.
Simple English Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. All Grebes have large feet with lobed toes. This means that each toe is separate on the foot (the opposite of this is webbed feet which is seen in ducks and geese). Some grebes find it difficult to walk on land because their feet are so big.