Grebes are not easy birds to photograph. They're shy little things that usually avoid human presence. This Pied-billed Grebe was busy with a fresh catch which is probably the only reason it stuck around. The grebe would swim around with the fish, toss it back into the water, dive to retrieve it, and then do it again. This happened a few times until it finally cut the fishes head off. Once the fish was decapitated, the grebe happily swallowed its catch. I'd say it gives new meaning to playing with your food. Fortunately for you, I've narrowed the 60 shot sequence down to these select ten.
1/500 sec. f/11 ISO 400
Linking to Wild Bird Wednesday