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You are welcome, Returner. it's easier to catch them when they're on the ground busy eating!Actually not, Nikki. Here is the info: "Though a crow is a black bird, it's not a blackbird. Nor is a blackbird a crow. Both are members of the order Passeriformes, but of different families. The crow is Corvus brachyrynchos, of the family Corvidae and the blackbird is of the family Icteridae. There are several species of blackbirds in North America."It was not flighty at all, Parson, but a walker!Thanks, GG. And you are welcome, too.
Another great photo, Joyfulli! Thank you for sharing.
This creature looks kind of flighty.
An unusual bird - looks like it could be from the crow family?
An excellent portrait, Li. Thanks for catching this one.