The Red-necked Grebe Podiceps grisegena occurs widely in the Holarctic, breeding from Sweden, Finland and northern Russia, south into Denmark, Germany, the Balkans and the Ukraine, east to the Kirghiz Steppes, and then (as a much larger, longer-billed subspecies) from eastern Siberia, Manchuria and Japan across northern North America (Vaurie 1965).


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