|Common name:||Black-necked Grebe|
|Latin name:||Podiceps nigricollis|
|This photo:||Newlyn, Cornwall|
|The RSPB estimates 120 birds wintering in the UK. They are most often seen in the winter in reservoirs, gravel pits and estuaries.|
The Fal Estuary in Cornwall holds one of the largest wintering flocks in the UK.