BLACKBIRDS (PART 2)

BREWERS BLACKBIRDS MALE & FEMALE
BREWERS BLACKBIRDS MALE & FEMALE
BREWERS BLACKBIRDS MALE & FEMALE
BREWERS BLACKBIRDS MALE & FEMALE

There are many types of blackbirds, in various regions all over North America. The males of most have irridescent black feathers, while the females have brown and streaking markings.

Brewers blackbirds are common in North America. They are all black with a white eye, while the female is brownish with dark eye. They can be found in fields, mountain meadows, parks, yards, and trees. The eat mainly insects and some fruit, such as berries.

GREAT-TAILED GRACKLE
GREAT-TAILED GRACKLE

 

 

The great-tailed grackle area all black, glossy and iridescent birds with long tails. The female is smaller with brownish tones, both have yellow eyes. They can be found in parks, ponds, farms, and by water areas. They are distinguished by their high shrill notes, whistles,and clucks.

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