Black-necked Grebe / Zampullín cuellinegro
30 to 40
They live in lagoons, marsh-lands,
marshes, dams, pools, ponds, wetlands with
plenty of vegetation.
They breed in colonies. They feed on
aquatic insects, locating them by
continuous dives. They are scant and
they are threatened in danger of
extinction due to the desiccation of the
marshlands, as well as the proliferation
of predators, such as wild boars, foxes
They nest in the south of the Iberian
They are included in the Red List of the
Vertebrates of Andalusia.