The Brewer’s, red-winged, Rusty, and Yellow-headed blackbirds are all native to North America.
Females of all breeds of blackbirds will form the nests, typically in areas in low shrubs and trees.
Female blackbirds will lay 3-5 eggs that will then hatch after 13-14 days on average.
Blackbirds are able to spread a number of different diseases through their droppings.
Blackbirds live fairly short lives with a life expectancy of only 3 years in the wild, and a little longer in captivity.
Their primary food is insects during nesting season and grain/weeds in the summer and winter months.
Blackbird has spoken, like the first bird.
Blackbirds are the cellos of the deep farms.
The river is moving. The blackbird must be flying.