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In the 18th Century the Great Crested Grebe Podiceps cristatus  was nearly hunted to extinction in the Britain for its elegant feathers. By the 19th Century breeding populations were reduced to 32 pairs, but have since recovered through conservation measures.  Much of the Great Crested Grebe’s courtship display is centred on strengthening the pair bond, and usually performed after a period of separation.

Photograph by Andrew Parkinson

About Andrew Parkinson

Andy is a contributing photographer to National Geographic magazine and a multi-award winning wildlife photographer. As well as winning two categories he also won the overall title of Bird Photographer of the Year 2016 and has had over 30 awarded images in the British Wildlife Photography Awards, winning three categories along the way. He’s also been awarded 3 times in both Wildlife Photographer of the Year and European Wildlife Photographer of the Year and in 2012 was named Nature Photojournalist of the Year. He prefers to work close to his home in Derbyshire and works exclusively with animals and birds that are wild and free.

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