I stopped by Green Lake at about noon and found the three baby pied-billed grebes looking lively. (One is on the other side of the parent.)
The parent swam over to meet its mate and they sang a duet until one of the babies swam out to remind them of the task at hand.
It pays to speak up.
One of the babies appears to have a down feather stuck to its face. I guess that can happen when you use your parent's feathers as a climbing structure. There are still two eggs left. I wonder if they'll hatch at all?
June 3: one egg.
June 10: seven eggs.
June 27:first hatching.
June 28: second hatching.
June 30: three babies