Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Red-Winged Blackbird, June 3, 2015

Wild Bird Wednesday, Water World Wednesday, and Wednesday Waters

Wild Bird Wednesday
Red-winged Blackbird, Agelaius phoeniceus, Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, May 31, 2015

















The male Red-Winged Blackbird is identified by his reddish wing patches.  The female and the young birds are a heavily streaked brownish color.












They can be found all across the United States and much of Canada.  They prefer marshes but will nest near any body of water.  Two or three broods are raised each year.


Water World Wednesday
Canada Goose, Tupelo, Mississippi, USA














I wonder if animals notice their reflections in the water.

Wednesday Waters
Tugboat with barges on the Tennessee River at Shiloh, Tennessee, USA, June 1, 2015








Lettering on the stern of the tugboat identifies it as being from Paducah, Kentucky.  Paducah is where the Tennessee River flows into the Ohio River, and is 161 miles (259km) to the north.

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10 comments:

  1. Lovely bird. Especially love their song. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I do like your Red-winged Blackbirds. Nice pictures.

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  3. Loved the Canada Goose and its reflection

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  4. I enjoy hearing and seeing the Redwing Blackbirds. Great post and photos. Have a happy day!

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  5. loved to see the Red-winged Blackbird. It is a fine bird :)

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  6. Nice shots of the red-winged blackbird. I especially like the second one.

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  7. Beautiful images! Loved the redwing.

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  8. I do like the blackbird - and good to see its not Australian birds hide behind leaves as well.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  9. Love seeing red-wing blackbirds, hate listening to them. Melodious they are not!

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