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Seen at my bird feeder in Toronto, would not come out of the deep grass

Thanks

 

Mark

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Well thats very cool, thank-you.  IBird kept calling it a Redwing Blackbird, but the photos of females in the app have no yellow. I have never seen the male in my area, they tend to keep to a wooded area about 2Km away

 

THanks

 

Mark

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2 minutes ago, nucdoc said:

IBird kept calling it a Redwing Blackbird, but the photos of females in the app have no yellow.

The amount of yellow varies: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Red-winged_Blackbird/id

I'm guessing there's some marshy terrain near those woods.  That's their preferred environment.  If I'm correct, watch for the males singing atop cattails.

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