Red-necked Phalarope Nest
Phalaropus lobatus

f20 @ 1/250s, ISO:1000, Nikon D300S w 17-55mm @ 55mm

"Red-necked Phalarope," Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The nest is a grass-lined depression at the top of a small mound. Clutch size is usually 4 splotchy olive-buff eggs, but can be fewer. Incubation is about 20 days. The young mainly feed themselves and are able to fly within 20 days of hatch.
Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, Canada