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Red-winged Blackbird

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     The sound of the red-winged blackbird call is a welcome sign of spring. Found throughout wetlands and prairies, males will perch atop cattails and other vegetation, spreading their tail feathers out with wings lifted, revealing the striking red color, calling and defending their territories. Explore the sounds of this species above with The Cornell Lab of Ornithology.  

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