Saturday, March 19, 2022

Grackle, March 19, 2022

Saturday's Critters and I'd Rather B Birdin'

Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, March 13, 2022
Common Grackles, Quiscalus quisccula, are year-round residents of the eastern half of the United States, and their breeding range extends north and west into Canada. Their prominent eyes help distinguish them from other dark-colored birds.

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  1. I enjoy the chatter of grackles. They sure can make noise!

  2. I always forget how to positively ID these birds. The eyes have it! Enjoy your day!

  3. Great shot of the Grackle, I love their eyes! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a great weekend. PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

  4. They are just appearing here again. Spring is coming.

  5. We have grackles here...they are a fascinating bird. And beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing this week!!

  6. They are such smart birds, too, aren't they? I think all the birds are happy that spring is here!

  7. We do have them in the warmer months.

  8. They are common birds but I love seeing their plumage in the sunlight.


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