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The Red Wing Blackbird, males arrive early in spring and set up territories in hayfields/swamps/freshwater wetlands.
Females, are brown with streaks on the belly and a sharp pointed beak, with no full plumage until the third year, set up nest within these territories and make a cup nest of vegetation.
Taken at a local Marshlands in Sooke, B.C. Canada.
Also by Cindy Griff
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