Pied-billed grebes are small aquatic birds with a chicken-like bill. They rarely fly, electing to escape danger by diving underwater. They are common to lakes and ponds across North America and often float with just their heads above water. Each of these carvings is about 6 inches long and have their legs showing in the rear under the rump. Hank has taken special care to present the feathers in a random way that reflects their waterlogged and saturated state. View more duck decoys.