The second Saturday of May is the World Migratory Bird Day. This is a day that focuses on the importance of the conservation of birds through agreements, laws, and treaties. The idea is to target the preservation, threats, and elements of a birds habitat, which is critical for survival. MIGRATORY BIRD TREATY ACT
Here are more photos of blackbirds in northern Arizona. In the spring is when they all seem to come back, make a lot of noise, and get settled back into the area. I see many and quite a variety on my morning walks, they are very entertaining to watch. The Great-Tailed Grackle was as at Sedona Wetlands, the Red-Winged Blackbird was at Kachina Wetlands, and the Brewer’s Blackbird was west of Flagstaff.