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Red-Wing Blackbird

Red-wing Blackbird Nest
 Photo Todd Ratermann
Red-winged Black birds have 2-3 clutches per year, building a new nest for each new set of off-spring. The male is the characteristic black with red wing bars visible in both flight and at rest. The female looks like a large sparrow streaked with brown.

This photo was taken on Cordell Hull Lake in Middle Tennessee.

 

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