Great Crested Grebe, known as Podiceps Cristatus in Latin, is a bird from the grebe family. It is also called Elmabaş or Tepelidalgıç. Upper part of these birds is dark brown and lower part is shiny white. Crest and collar feathers on head and around neck of males are not well-developed in females. They usually live on the coasts of marshes. They can be spotted on the seashores in winter. They feed on water bugs and fish.